DESCRIPTIONPansy is recognisable as one of twelve giant dancing dolls built for the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympic Games in Sydney in the year 2000. Pansy briefly appeared to come to life during a break in the rain as the sun shone upon her face in the deserted old wares yard located approximately 400km from her original stage.
AUTHORTailai OBrien is a fifth generation farmer and champion for the preservation of heritage breeds of livestock. Tailai has a passion for sustainable agricultural practices and ecological care of the land.
This philosophy requires keen observational awareness and creative thinking. The play of light and these two skills are key elements incorporated into Tailai's intuitive approach to photography.