Extraordinary Everyday Barossa made such an impact that I was invited by RDA Barossa to create an exhibition of the work, to include photographs, stories and a rolling exhibition of the films, as a part of the Barossa Vintage Festival(Vintage denotes the year of the wine made, and celebrates the end of the grape harvest for the year). 

The exhibition was so successful that it was extended by an extra four months, and was visited by visitors from across the world. It was also taken to Melbourne as part of RDA’s promotion for the area.

The stories of everyday life, and people’s love of the landscape and community helped to bring in investment to the area, as it allowed organisations to see the true culture of Barossa, giving them an insight into the culture they would encounter if they brought their businesses to the region.