Tony Maskill

Tony Maskill is an Australian photographer.

BiographyEdit

Tony Maskill was born in 1948 in Manchester, England.[1] He worked as the hotel photographer in the Southern Cross in Melbourne while studying photography at Prahran College of Advanced Education.[2]

WorksEdit

Maskill exhibited at the Kodak Gallery[3] and his work was published in the Australian Centre for Photography publication New photography Australia: a selective survey in 1974 edited by Graham Howe.[4][5] He taught photography at Box Hill College.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [Tony Maskill : Australian Art and Artists file], 1973
  2. ^ Australian Geographical Society (1 January 1971), "HOTEL (1 January 1971)", Walkabout, Australian National Travel Association, 37 (1), ISSN 0043-0064
  3. ^ Kodak Gallery, Prelude : photographs by Tony Maskill
  4. ^ Howe, Graham; Howe, Graham, 1950–; Australian Centre for Photography (1974), New photography Australia : a selective survey, Australian Centre for Photography, ISBN 978-0-909339-00-5CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  5. ^ "Why This Moment?". Australian Centre for Photography. Retrieved 25 January 2020.