Gabriel Clark is a photo media artist, lecturer and digital producer.

photo by  Hugo Sharp

photo by Hugo Sharp

Clark's photography practice is led by an ongoing exploration of the aesthetics of digital materiality. He has exhibited in group shows at Gaffa Gallery, Contact Sheet Gallery and Collab Gallery Sydney. His work is held in private collections in Melbourne, Sydney and London. 

He produces award winning multi platform storytelling events and projects. He conceived and produces the ongoing, award winning storytelling project Radio With Pictures, the graphic storytelling event Read to Me and is a co founder of the Graphic festival at the Sydney Opera House. Radio with Pictures won Best Digital Broadcast from the Community Broadcasting Association and was nominated in the Best Experimental category at the Australian Teachers of Media Awards, Radio With Pictures was also a finalist in the Walkley Innovation grant.

As a Lecturer in the School of Design at the University of Technology Sydney he writes and delivers core curriculum and electives for the Visual Communications degree in moving image and storytelling. His teaching areas include multi platform storytelling, sequential art, interaction design, motion design and digital photo media.

As a producer and multidisciplinary designer he works across photography, print and moving image projects. His clients include Prada, Akira Isogawa, Monocle Magazine, Sydney Opera House, ABC TV, ABC Radio, ABC iview, Fbi Radio, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sony Records, Mushroom Records, Matchbox Pictures, the Comic Artists Workshop, Yours and Owl's festival and Underbelly Arts.

He has also produced and run workshops, exhibitions, screenings and live shows for the Sydney Writers Festival, Community Broadcasting Conference, Ubud Writers Festival and the Graphic festival.