In addition to writing and radio, I’ve also had a keen eye for photography and film, and often incorporated the eyes of a lens into both my personal and professional life.
While I don’t currently have an up-to-date or comprehensive record of all of my photography, my Instagram is often a good start. When I do get around to creating a definitive record of my photography work, you’ll be able to find it here.
The most recent event I shot at the time of writing this was Morphetville’s Spring Racing Launch at The Mayfair Hotel’s Hennessy Rooftop Bar for This Is Radelaide in September.
A promotional trailer for an upcoming self-produced travel series.
Here’s a live music and promotional video for a breast cancer fundraiser I shot for This Is Radelaide — on top of fun clips like this, I’ve also made the odd video with a news edge to it as well.
Below are two films from 2014 I produced in association with The University of South Australia, while completing the film and television production sub-major of my Bachelor of Journalism.
Stick To Your Guns is a documentary short-form look at gun control in Australia from two contrasting perspectives in the wake of a senate inquiry into illicit firearms: An Australian Greens Party federal senator who initiated the inquiry, and a firing range trainer who opposed it.
Stick To Your Guns – A Look At Australian Gun Control from Paul Maland on Vimeo.
Humans of Adelaide: Callum Beale is a short documentary profile of the city of Adelaide’s adaptation of popular photo-blog Humans of New York, called “Humans of Adelaide”.