Alex Mausolf
Mindful Photographer

Caricature
THE ARRIVAL - 2020
THE PROPOSAL (LEVEL UP) - 2021
BARFLY LIFE - 2020

Mindful
Photography

Alex uses his photography as a Mindful process, assisting him to live well with CPTSD.

Caricatures & long exposure techniques are used to safely represent the mental health experiences & challenges in his life.

Long Exposure
HOMEWARD BOUND - 2013
VICTOR HARBOUR CHIMERA - 2018
SAHMRI BLUR 01 - 2014

Want a copy
of a print
for your place?

A selection of Long Exposure images are available to have printed for display at your home, place or business at sizes up to A0 (841 x 1189mm).

1. Get In Touch

Send an email to Alex from the Contact page, letting him know which image you are interested in & what size you would like it at. He will then send you a digital copy of it which you can take to a quality printer of your choice and then you can have it framed, ready to hang.

2. Print Your Image

*** Don’t cheap out on this part! A few dollars more for quality printing from a professional will mean all the difference between a mediocre print & a gallery quality print! ***

3 . Make a Donation

If you do this, please, consider making a donation of what you can afford or feel is appropriate to the bank account details shared in the email with the digital download link in it. These funds are used to help Alex continue voluntarily offering his assistance.

Photojournalism

Photographic
Documenting

When environmental & social justice causes arise locally requiring help in this regard Alex is (like others) generous with his volunteering.

Being part of a European Agency allows freedoms for capture not necessarily available to the public.

FilmMaking

Moving
Stories

While receiving mentoring as an establishing short-form documentary film-maker, Alex is currently undertaking a series of ongoing interviews with a variety of Creative folks willing to share & explore their mental health wellness being assisted through the use of the Arts. the aim is for the release of a series of short-form or mini documentaries on this topic of Creativity & mental health wellness.

Documenting stories of place & exploring people’s connections with place are another focus of Alex’s efforts in learning the art of documentary film-making, something he commenced in 2020 as an extension of his photojournalism.

Being freely of assistance to causes that he aligns with through the use of his skill-sets is something Alex feels is a moral obligation in this day and age.

Some
Insights