Neville’s visual arts practice is focused on translating the complexities of climate change. A sense of intrigue, ambiguity, surprise or humour is often present within his work alongside art as activism that may stimulate hopeful discussion.
His photography spans studio, location, underwater and abstract approaches using analogue and digital processes on a variety of subjects including portraits, landscapes and objects.
Neville’s fine art prints have been finalist in multiple Climate Change specific exhibitions, including the 2018 and 2019 Creative Climate Awards in New York and the 2017 and 2022 Burrinja Climate Change Biennales in Melbourne. His climate change themed work has also been exhibited in SA, NSW, QLD, New Zealand and Canada.
His love of the ocean started as a Nipper for the Southport SLSC in South Australia in the 70’s and has continued to recent times when swimming with dwarf minke whales on the Great Barrier Reef and photographing surfers at Snapper Rocks.