1993 was ‘The Year of the Indigenous Person’ internationally and it was an easy decision to get involved working with the Indigenous people of Australia. I knew little of these cultures and felt compelled to change. There were a select few avenues to explore and one was S.B.S. television (Special Broadcasting Service). I wrote to a documentary film production company working within S.B.S. called ‘Black Fella Films’ explaining my desire to work with traditional people and offer my service.
I received a reply and worked on a documentary ‘Quest For Country’ directed by the late Indigenous Artist Michael Riley. We were to travel slowly across Central New South Wales shooting landscapes depicting the destruction farming has on the natural environment.