A unique spherical 360 degree view created with a hand built rig of 24x hacked cameras created by Hamish Ta-mé.
Hamish works commercially for magazines, advertising agencies and direct clients. The work on show is from his parallel career in the fine arts.
Hamish has been exhibiting his work for many years in a range of galleries from small artists run initiatives through to major Australian galleries like the National Portrait Gallery and the Australian Centre for Photography.
Hamish has a Masters Degree (UNSW), a technical qualification (A.Dip TAFE) as well as numerous other smaller qualifications including a teaching certificate that enables him to lecture. He has taught through TAFE, at the Australian Centre for Photography and is in demand as a guest lecturer to groups as diverse as the School of Architecture (SydUni) through to Pecha Kucha.
Hamish’s is something of a polymath, jumping between fine art conceptual projects, traditional street photography and his commercial work.
The CircPan images shown here are part of a series that Hamish has been working towards for several years and had its inception during his Masters Degree at UNSW.
Fascinated with multiple camera perspectives and layered realities Hamish Masters degree took a different directions, but the CircPans shown here are a result of ideas first contemplated during this time.