Our Tutors

Dora Adeline

Dora Adeline
Dora Adeline is responsible for developing, promoting and delivering Library services and programs for youth and the general community for the City of Albany. In her ninth year, she continues to love working at the Albany Public Library and generating excitement and enthusiasm around reading. She is very passionate about building early childhood literacy and nurturing children’s love of reading. Delivering fun and educational programs to families and children, including Lego Club, Rhymetime and Storytime, is the highlight of her day and a welcome break from administrative tasks. She loves seeing how much joy the library brings to children and families.

Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes

Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes
Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes is a hand embroidery artist based in Perth, WA. She has been stitching for as long as she can remember, but only took it up full-time in 2012 when she started her business, Beautiful Stitches. Her former professional career as a scientist was strongly grounded in mathematics, and that passion for geometry and number is clearly expressed in her embroidery designs. It is all about pattern! Ann-Marie teaches her style of embroidery at a variety of venues around Australia including Tresillian Arts Centre in Nedlands, Embroiderers’ Guild of WA, Embroiderers’ Guild Victoria, and Create in Stitch in Adelaide. In April 2018 Ann-Marie will be a tutor on the Needlework Tours Craft Creations Cruise running from Sydney to Seattle, following this with some teaching engagements on the west coast of USA. She has also been running children’s hand sewing classes for five years and loves the diverse and delightful ideas that children dream up and stitch in her classes. “I believe that every single stitch you make is a BEAUTIFUL STITCH. Each stitch is a small brush of love on the fabric, which records forever the time you put aside to create something special with your own hands. I hope we get the chance to meet and share our passion for creating beautiful handmade items.
Website: www.beautifulstitches.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/beautstitches

Pam Annesley

Pam Annesley

Pam Annesley is a mixed media artist and jewellery designer using metal and polymer clays. She is interested in promoting culture and creative pursuits, and also sharing her vast knowledge and experience with her students. Pam is a former high school art teacher and Art Lecturer at TAFE, a Senior Contemporary Clay Instructor. Her work has been published extensively in Australian Beading Magazines, ‘Encyclopaedia of Polymer Clay Techniques’ by Sue Heaser, ‘Mixed Metal Jewellery’ and ‘The Handbook of Metal Clay, Textures and Forms’ by Hadar Jacobson. Pam is constantly exploring, innovatively creating and continuing to share with others through her artwork and teaching. www.metalclayartstudio.com.au

Christine Atkins

Christine Atkins

Christine Atkins is a West Australian sculpture artist and Art Therapist (BA Psych & MA Art Therapy). As an art therapist she has worked with people recently released from prison, children whose parents have drug addictions, cancer patients and in the mental health field. Atkins works with metal, timber, found objects and stitch, deliberately choosing common, cheap and found materials. Her aim is to draw attention to the ordinary, overlooked and taken for granted. Atkins’s work has received several awards including the Waterhouse Natural History art prize, exhibited internationally, acquired for university, hospital and private collections and can be seen in journals, magazines and books.

Lyn Chambers

Lyn Chambers

Lyn Chambers has been painting for over 20 years and has broad experience in using watercolour, pen and wash, acrylic and printmaking. Teaching both at TAFE and privately for many years, she has also exhibited widely throughout the Southwest, Great Southern and Perth, with a solo exhibition each year.

Judi Cullam

Judi Cullam

Judi Cullam and husband Barrie Smith established Frankland Estate vineyard and winery in 1988 as a means of diversifying their wool growing interests in the Frankland River region. They learnt their winemaking skills in the Bordeaux region of France and then went on to share the growing, making and marketing of their wines. However it was an early decision to concentrate their efforts on the Riesling wine that has taken them to vineyards and wineries around the world in the pursuit of excellence, working with some of the world’s great Riesling wine makers. Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Riesling is now one of Australia's pre-eminent Rieslings and with their red wines continually receiving critical acclaim. Judi is now exempt from day to day chores in the winery leaving time to travel, read, garden, play bridge and drink w o n d e r f u l wines

Brian Davis

Brian Davis
Brian Davis is a man of many talents who has skills in a wide range of artistic endeavours. He began working with wood as an artistic medium in 1994. By the following year, Brian’s work was selling in several galleries in the South West and Perth and he has developed a unique style and techniques which remain popular. Brian has received several awards for his furniture at the Perth wood show, has his work published in international publications as well as numerous prizes in local exhibitions and shows. With experience from wood turning, from fine furniture and most styles of wood craft in between, Brian has taught marquetry, inlay and small woodwork projects at previous summer schools.

April Dean

April Dean

April Dean’s lifelong interest in art and craft was sparked by creative parents and a childhood joy of making things. A one-time Fremantle Markets regular, she is known to local families through her years as session co-ordinator and President of the Albany Playgroup. Her love of gardening springs from childhood where her garden at home was filled with ornamentals, fruit and flowers. She learned basic propagation and plant care techniques from her gardener father and made pocket money by harvesting fruit and vegetables and selling them at the bottom of their driveway.

Roslyn Douglas

Roslyn Douglas
Roslyn Douglas has been a Reiki Master/Teacher for 15 years and over this time she has taught many local workshops. She has been a Massage Therapist for 24 years and has a thriving practice in the Albany CBD; incorporated into this are Reiki, Reflexology and other modalities that she has studied. She has also been a lecturer at the Paramount College of Natural Medicine for the last 6 years, teaching the tactile therapies, massage and associated practices. Roslyn is a member of Massage Australia and Reiki Australia.

Gabriel Evans

Gabriel Evans

Gabriel Evans is an artist and illustrator of over twenty books. He works with publishers including Walker Books, Scholastic and Penguin Random House. His books with Sally Murphy, Roses are Blue, and Penny Morrison, Captain Sneer the Buccaneer, were notable titles in the Children's Book Council of Australia's Book of the Year Award 2015 and 2017 respectively. He works in traditional mediums from a small, messy studio and travels Australia giving workshops and talks on illustration. When he’s not painting, he’s growing trees, exploring beaches and drinking tea.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GabrielIllustrator/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabrielevansart/

Mahshid Ferdowsian

Mahshid Ferdowsian

Mahshid Ferdowsian is Persian and has lived in Africa for 14 years and in Albany for the last 30 years. She has been actively involved in introducing her rich Persian culture to the community. She has demonstrated cooking at schools and centres and by invitation at different events. Her Persian treats have always been very popular. She has also taught Persian cooking at the Albany Summer School for three years. Mahshid has also worked as a Teaching Assistant, and won the Children Week award. She loves working with children and teaches virtues and values at schools. She has many interests and hobbies including sewing, hand crafts, gardening and enjoys interacting with people.

 

Angela Ferolla

Angela Ferolla

In 1989, Angela Ferolla completed a BA in fine arts, majoring in textiles at Edith Cowan University. She is represented in the ECU art collection. For 10 years, Angela ran her own fashion label frogbones fishlegs, whilst exhibiting and teaching textiles part time. Then in 2003, she completed an advanced diploma in fashion and textiles at WASAD (West Australian School of Art and Design). Then in 2004 she was accepted into the WASAD incubation design centre whilst teaching fashion and textiles at the school part time.

 

Dr Joné Gaillard

Dr Joné Gaillard

Dr Joné Gaillard is a Florentine who came to Australia more than 30 years ago. She has a degree in Politics and Social Science from the University of Florence, a postgraduate diploma in Politics from Nancy (France), an MA and PhD from Melbourne. A social historian, she has taught Italian language, history and culture first in Florence, then as Affiliate Professor at the University of Northern Colorado and, finally, at La Trobe University in Melbourne, where she lives. Besides giving lectures at Universities and cultural institutions, both in Australia and overseas, she has published many articles on different aspects of the European culture, and two books, one of fiction and one on opera librettos. Retired, she now lectures at the U3A and leads groups on tours in Europe. A native speaker of Italian, she also speaks French and Spanish. This will be Dr Gaillard’s 9th visit to Albany for Summer School.

John Garde

John Garde

John Garde was born in Melbourne and spent his school years in Adelaide and Sydney. He studied commercial art at Seaforth Technical School and came to live in Western Australia in 1967 to study portrait painting with his father Owen Garde. Upon completion of teacher training at Claremont Teachers College in 1970 he taught art in WA secondary schools. Since living in the South West of WA John has continued to teach in schools, lecturing in drawing and painting and now presents private workshops and classes. His DVD demonstrating “The Art of the Portrait” was produced in 2009 and John is frequently represented in exhibitions and galleries in WA. He has won awards for portraits and landscapes and his work is represented in collections in Australia and overseas. John will also teach classes in Rhythm Guitar for beginners and intermediate students, using an easily understood method that his own teacher used for many years. When John went to Morawa as an art teacher he shared this method with about 100 students during after school sessions. www.tinkahill.com.au

Janni Goss

Janni Goss
Janni Goss B.App.Sci.(Physio) is a speaker, wellbeing educator and author, affectionately known as ‘The Laughter Lady’. She is passionate about sharing her expertise to help both adults and children outsmart stress to enhance their health and wellbeing. As a result of her life experiences, Janni has studied and taught stress reduction strategies to thousands of adults at conferences, seminars and health and education events. Janni is a former lecturer at the WA School of Physiotherapy and is also the creator of JelliTimeTM and the Nurturing Kids Kit, which have been featured on television. Inspired initially by Dr Patch Adams, she was personally trained by Dr Madan Kataria, the founder of Laughter Yoga International. Janni is an internationally accredited Laughter Yoga Leader, teacher and ambassador. She is the Advisor for Ageing and Disability for the National Council of Women WA and has a particular interest in promoting healthy longevity. She shares multiple strategies for choosing and enjoying a healthy lifestyle in her presentations, which are inspiring, interactive, informative and fun! www.jannigoss.com

Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth Hall
Elizabeth Hall has been a rock and roll dancer for fifteen years, the past ten of which as a member of the Albany Rock and Roll Club. She has presented workshops and dance demonstrations at many venues across Albany and has taught individuals and groups to dance basic rock and roll styles. Elizabeth works in education and has 20 years’ teaching experience.

Dr Alan Hancock

Dr Alan Hancock

Dr Alan Hancock is an educator, writer, consultant and facilitator. His stories and scripts have been broadcast by the ABC and BBC and published in magazines and journals world-wide. His short fiction and plays have won prizes, while his work with writing groups, universities, government bodies and business organisations has drawn praise and brought him a long list of testimonials. He has been teaching his freeflow approach to writing for over a decade and has helped many writers see their work through to completion. He is a coach and trainer in professional communication skills and works as an advisor to help organisations write and edit their websites. You can find out more at www.alan-hancock.com.

Theva Indrasenan

Theva Indrasenan

Theva Indrasenan is a yoga teacher, bodyworker and dance movement facilitator and he brings over 20 years of experience in yoga and massage. This naturally led him to explore dance and human movement. His passion is to share awareness of the body’s potential for greater movement and freedom from pain, resulting in a happier, more productive life. Initially trained in London, he travels globally to learn from pioneers in their fields, integrating his research through classes, workshops and retreats held in Bali, Thailand, Europe and Australia.

Pete Inglis

Pete Inglis
Pete Inglis starting collecting and growing bonsai in 1992 although it has only been in the past 7 years that his passion has really grown. The inspiration came from his father John, who gave him an old Chinese Elm. Pete is interested in working with Australian native trees and experimenting with new forms to create interesting pieces. He has won many awards at the Albany Agricultural Show and recently has participated in workshops with renowned international bonsai artists, Pavel Slovak and Tony Tickle.

Maureen James

Maureen James
Maureen James first learned Basketry at the Albany Summer School in 1985. In 1987 she was chosen to exhibit at the Crafts Council of Western Australia’s Centre, Bunbury Regional Art Gallery and Viewpoint (1993). Since then she has tutored at the Albany Summer School in 1988, and has also taught basketry in Margaret River, at the Mt Barker Arts Centre, at the Stirling Range Fibre Weekend, Vancouver Arts Centre and twice in Pemberton at the Fine Wood Craft Gallery.

Annie Johnson

Annie Johnson
Annie Johnson has been exhibiting her work widely in the Great Southern area of Western Australia since 2010. Lately she has been focusing on encaustic wax painting and has studied this technique with American artist Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch during workshops in Albany and Margaret River. In 2014 she attended an encaustic camp in Kiama, New South Wales, that was tutored by four American artists, Michelle Belto, Judy Wise, Susan Stover and Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch. In addition to her own arts practice, Annie is active with numerous cultural committees in the area, including Artsouthwa Inc, the Riverfront Gallery and Make a Scene Artists Collective.

Frederick Kirby

Frederick Kirby
Executive Chef, Frederick Kirby has had extensive experience in Europe and Australia, having trained and worked at several Michelin Starred restaurants. After migrating to Western Australia in 2005 he worked at a number of well-known restaurants in Perth before settling in Denmark on the south coast in 2012. He says this move was a huge life change and in April 2013 “Kirby’s at Rickety Gate”, a fine dining restaurant located at Rickety Gate Estate winery, was opened along with his Cooking School. Frederick has won many accolades in Australia, including several Gold Plate awards and a Silver award for Best Restaurant in a Winery, Entire Australia. His philosophy towards food is to keep it fresh, keep it simple and simply cook with the basics to enhance and enrich the natural flavours.
www.ricketygateestate.com.au

Helen Komene

Helen Komene
Helen Komene is a full time pastel artist specialising in sea and landscapes and fur and family portraits. Her work has a contemporary realism and has often been described as photographic. She believes this is because she always tries to capture the transition from light and shadow to define dramatic contrasts and compositions. Helen works in soft pastels because of their velvety qualities, and she loves the way she can use her fingers to apply the pigment, working the rich and vibrant colours into paper. www.helenkomene.com

Sue Lefroy

Sue Lefroy

Sue Lefroy co-ordinates the local history section of the Albany Public Library. Working in the realm of information service delivery and archive management, Sue is in her element assisting patrons with enquiries, being inspired by the exciting and unexpected discoveries that arise from the exchange of information. She is a published author and creator of highly successful community projects associated with the ANZAC centenary, and of outreach programmes to schools and community groups.
http://library.albany.wa.gov.au/programs-collections/albany-history-collection/

David Morrell

David Morrell

David Morrell has kept honey bees for over 50 years as an amateur beekeeper. He has a degree in Science, majoring in Zoology and has taught high school biology and human biology. In the last ten years, David has taught conservation and land management, animal production, forestry, plant production, mathematics and beekeeping at the WA College of Agriculture in Denmark. David also has a Cert 4 in Training and Assessment and he has lived in Denmark for nearly 40 years.

Tim Newbold

Tim Newbold

Tim Newbold holds a Bachelors Degree in Art Education from Wayne State University, Michigan USA and has taught art at primary and secondary levels of schools in WA. He has run his own hot glass-blowing and leadlight studio for more than 12 years in Albany and has taught leadlight and stained glass in the TAFE system and for various community workshops including the Albany Summer School. Now retired from full time work, he is able to once again undertake leadlight repairs and commissions.

Dr. Mike O’Shaughnessy

Dr. Mike O’Shaughnessy

Dr Mike O’Shaughnessy started playing African drums over twenty years ago. He has studied with African teachers in Australia and West Africa and has been teaching drumming and percussion to adults and children for many years. He also fell in love with marimba music and has been playing and teaching marimbas for ten years. He is an experienced teacher and his classes are always fun and informative, allowing people to discover and share their musical abilities and enabling groups to play music together. He believes we are all musical and that music can bring great joy and expression into our lives. He has played in numerous musical groups including Acushla, Village Vibes, Defying Gravity, The Spooky Men of the West choir and is currently studying classical percussion at WAAPA (Perth).

Ursula Pagels

Ursula Pagels
Ursula Pagels began studying Ikebana in 1980 and visited Japan for the first time in 1986 to attend the World Conference of Ikebana International, held every 5 years. She studies with the Ikebana School called Sogetsu and has visited Japan every 5 years to advance her knowledge and skills. She also studied in Sydney with Norman Sparnon who introduced Ikebana to Australia in the 1940s. Ursula has exhibited and demonstrated Sogetsu Ikebana frequently around Australia. She is Director of the WA Branch of the Australian Sogetsu Teachers’ Association which has frequent visits by Sogetsu Masters who deliver workshops and lessons. In April 2017, while in Tokyo, she was presented with the Sogetsu Honour Award by the School’s Iemoto (Headmaster) Akane Teshigahara. www.sogetsuikebanaperth.com

Lutz Pamberger

Lutz Pamberger
Lutz Pamberger is a registered Counselling Psychologist with the Psychologists Board of Australia (PBA), a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and its College of Counselling Psychologists. He lectured in counselling at the University of Notre Dame Australia from 2003-2007. Lutz trained in Gestalt therapy with the Gestalt Centre Berlin, The Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles and in Family Constellations therapy as developed by Bert Hellinger with the Human Systems Institute, Portland (USA) and the International Systemic Constellations Association (ISCA) in Germany.
www.Pamberger.com.au

Sally Pamberger

Sally Pamberger
Sally Pamberger graduated in Counselling from the University of Notre Dame Australia in 2004, and from The School for The Work of Byron Katie in 1999. She is a clinical member of the Psychotherapists and Counsellors Federation of Australia (PACFA) and a PACFA Accredited Supervisor. In 2008, she became a Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie, also known as Inquiry-Based Stress Reduction (IBSR). Sally’s interest is in healthy and vibrant relationships. She offers private sessions, workshops, retreats and clinical supervision for health professionals. She is an active mentor and trainer with the Institute for The Work of Byron Katie. www.Pamberger.com.au

Jill Parnell

Jill Parnell

Jill Parnell studied at Claremont School of Art and Carine College and has Diplomas in Art Studies and Art and Design. She works from a purpose-built studio at her home and also tutors at Fremantle Art Centre, teaching Silver Jewellery and Enamelling. She is an enamel specialist and conducts workshops and Master Classes, many in the Eastern States. She exhibits regularly both internationally and nationally as well as in Western Australia. She has had commissions to make the Mayoral chains for City of Joondalup and Towns of Cambridge and Victoria Park, and regularly wins awards, particularly in Japan. Jill has a small Cloisonné enamel painting titled “The things we do” in the Museum of Contemporary Enamel in Salau, Spain.

Deb Reveley

Deb Reveley

Deb Reveley is CEO of her own company, Brain Ambulance Pty Ltd, which focuses on mental health education and training. Deb has used her application of practical philosophy to improve and maintain her own mental, emotional and spiritual awareness after being a student of the School of Philosophy in Perth for 4 years. She uses this constant practical understanding to drive conversations, share experiences and as a framework for making the complexities of life more simple. We all have a story with lessons and Deb likes to create a non-judgmental space to share them.
www.brainambulance.com.au

Robert Reynolds

Robert Reynolds
Robert Reynolds is an experienced heritage professional with the Dept. of Planning, Lands & Heritage. He has academic training in archaeology and anthropology and acknowledges an equally important aspect of his professional learning has been through the teaching he has received from Aboriginal elders throughout WA. He has worked on archaeological and other sites of cultural significance throughout WA but has special affinity with the Albany area where he has lived for over 20 years. He was winner of the 2010 WA Heritage Award for conservation and preservation of the Heritage of WA. The course will be co-presented by local elders whose inherited knowledge and understanding of this amazing cultural landscape brings the country to life.

Patricia Roux

Patricia Roux

Patricia Roux teaches yoga, meditation and breathwork, drawing upon 10 years’ practice with masters in Europe, India and Australia. Her profound curiosity in the potential of the human body and mind has led her to gain insight from dedicated yoga teachers, participating actively in workshops and training seminars across Europe and Asia. Patricia seeks to creatively inspire students to realise their own potential and to increase their sense of body and mind awareness. Patricia has a Masters degree in Sociology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Studies and is currently completing a Psychology degree. Originally from Switzerland, she is currently based with her family in Denmark WA, where she provides hatha yoga, meditation and yin yoga classes.

Veana Scott

Veana Scott

Veana Scott has over 35 years of experience in photography and photo-journalism and has completed numerous courses in Photoshop. She is a judge with the West Australian Photographic Judges Association and a member of the West Australian Photographic Federation. With the revolution towards digital photography, she realised numerous photographers only used their cameras on “auto” and did not take advantage of the power of modern technology. She will teach photographers composition, the intricacies of their cameras and how to enhance their photos using computer imaging software in a fun learning environment.

Simon Smale

Simon Smale

Simon Smale is a landscape architect who worked for over 20 years in protected natural landscapes with New Zealand’s Department of Conservation, has undertaken design and protected areas consultancies in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, China and Laos, and has worked for 8 years for Bush Heritage Australia on the Gondwana Link conservation project, based out of Albany. He has also worked in television, presenting a bilingual series on conservation, gardening and land management on NZ’s Maori Television channel. Simon is passionate about life on WA’s South Coast, and enjoys sharing a lifetime of learning that is still a work in progress.

Mike Staude

Mike Staude

Mike Staude is a music specialist at Flinders Park Primary School in Albany. He has been sharing the joy of the ukulele, the world’s happiest instrument, with the young-at-heart since 2006.

Shane Tholen

Shane Tholen

Shane Tholen is a cartoon artist of 30 years’ experience who lives and works in Fremantle. After studying Fine Art at Curtin University, Shane has worked on projects such as comics, advertising, clothing manufacture and children’s books. He is a published illustrator for Fremantle Press. From 2010 he had a successful five-year intermission as a primary school teacher, however, his artwork finally demanded more attention of him. Now, accordingly, he is grinding away on a 96-page graphic novel due for release, hopefully, in 2018. Shane sketches with pencil and uses Photoshop to create layers of colourful scenery as background to an interaction of expressive characters. His influences include manga and anime, Australian culture and Eastern philosophy. While he uses a fantastical theme including monsters and cute animals, his art portrays a message of hope, care and kindness for all humanity and the planet we share. www.zzzonkedout.com

Martien van Zuilen

Martien van Zuilen

Martien van Zuilen (PhD) is a textile artist, dyer and teacher, specialising in handmade felt. She ‘fell into’ felt making in 1985 and has been smitten with the medium ever since. Martien has exhibited her distinctive felt artworks in Australia and internationally and since the late 1980s she delivers throughout Australia, as well as in Europe and throughout the USA. Through her dyeing studio, Colourant Dyeworks, she supplies the finest hand-dyed wools, silk fibres, yarns and fabrics to textile makers worldwide. Martien is the Convenor of Fibres West Inc. and the editor of FELT, Australia’s national felting magazine. In 2013, she completed her PhD in Anthropology, with an ethnographic thesis on the significance of women’s textile art practices within the context of Australia’s cultural landscape. Her artwork is published in numerous international publications, including Showcase 500 Art Necklaces; Textile Fibre Forum; Felt Matters; ViltKontakt; Fiber Art Now; Yurts Tipis and Benders; FELT. www.martienvanzuilen.com

Leanne White

Leanne White
Leanne White has lived and painted in most rural regions of Western Australia. Each location has left an imprint on her art works, from the majestic Kimberley, the harshness of the remote Pilbara, the breathtaking beauty of the South Coast to the enchantment of the southern forest region where she now resides. Through this rural life, Leanne has become entranced with the natural world. She attributes her success as an artist to this connection to the natural environment. She is widely experienced in teaching adults, youths and children. Leanne has successfully exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions, exploring her focus as a wildlife nature artist or as an illustrator. Leanne has illustrated six children’s books and has had her work published in a wide variety of print material. Her motto is “Pause, be still, be silent, what can you see?”
www.leannewhite.com

Jenny Wilson

Jenny Wilson
Jenny Wilson has a background of long-time participation in musical productions and concerts and as musical director of choirs. Getting people singing in harmony together is a particular strength of this tutor who uses singing to improve physical and emotional wellbeing and to enhance learning and social interaction. Jenny is currently the Denmark Senior Citizen of the Year for her work with Eklektika (Denmark’s community choir).

Tony Windberg

Tony Windberg

Tony Windberg is a professional artist with over two decades’ experience in teaching art. Since completing his BA (Fine Arts) degree from Curtin University in 1986, Tony has held 11 solo exhibitions, been invited and selected to exhibit in numerous group exhibitions and received significant WA and national art awards. In 2014, he was the subject of the international film Tony Windberg - Painter in the Woods. He is currently preparing work for a major exhibition using non-conventional materials with techniques that blend painting, drawing and printmaking. A popular teacher, he enjoys sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm for art. www.tonywindberg.com

Wayne Zadow

Wayne Zadow

Wayne Zadow is a farmer in the Kojonup area and he has always had an interest in birds. His love of birdwatching has grown in the past 35 years since meeting Ray Garstone whose interest and knowledge of birds and nature gave Wayne a thirst for finding out more.