Liz Ham has been working professionally as a photographer for over twenty years. Straddling the genres of social documentary, portraiture and fashion, her work is infused with nostalgia and narrative, often exploring ideas around identity and subculture.
In 2017 Ham’s first monograph ‘Punk Girls’ was released internationally by Manuscript Publishing. Liz has been selected as a finalist in the Blake Prize, Fishers Ghost Art Award, and The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize.
Her work has been exhibited and acquired by institutions such as The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney; The State Library of Victoria; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; and the State Library of New South Wales. Liz is currently undertaking a Masters by Research at The University of Technology Sydney, exploring her lifelong investment in portrait and documentary photography.
Jack Shit is the hardest working man in No Business: a free-party programmer whose radical radio show remains unrivalled for breadth and bravery. Jack is a disc-jockey for the ages: delighting in spinning songs for kids and animals one day, a Dementia Disco for otherwise-isolated older folks the next.
Mr Shit is an on-air evergreen who hosts the longest-running show on Sydney's FBi Radio. He was the founding curator and booker of the notorious underground club Tokyo Sing Song.
He remains a highly sought-after DJ at festivals from Golden Plains to Panama, Falls to Dark Mofo. Jack's collection spans a century of sound - on formats from shellac 10" 78RPM records, through to vinyl platters, compact discs and digital files.
He combines these relics and modern manifestations with state-of-the-art software to weave sonic stories in detailed, site-specific sets of stirring sound.