Project OriginYear/sDescription
New Guinea1973Four years documenting dance forms and decorative styles of village people. Awarded a Visual Arts Board grant in 1973 to support this work.
U.S.A.Photographed in Death Valley, California for exhibition
MicronesiaStudied and photographed the effects of colonization on the islanders of Truk, Palau, Saipan and Guam.
NauruExtensive documentation of people and landscape over 10 years
IndiaThirty years spent documenting the ancient Hindu capital of South India, Vijayanagara, with Dr. George Michell and Dr. John Fritz. Assistance was given in an annual grant from the University
of Mexico.
London1983In 1983, with support from Kodak and Agfa, Gollings made facsimile salted paper prints from a set of 1856 wax negatives discovered in England. On return to India the same locations were found and re-photographed. These were exhibited in New York in 1985 at the Museum of Natural History and subsequently acquired by the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
AustraliaProject photographer and all B&W laboratory services for
"Day in the Life of Australia" with Ric Smolan.
Japan1987Documentation of avant-garde concrete buildings 
USSR1989Photography of 1920's Constructivist architecture in Moscow
Indonesia1989Photography of Indonesian Art for Asia Society, New York
Cambodia1992Photography of Artifacts in Phnom Penh and Angkor ruins for Australian National Gallery
 1994Major documentation with own archeological team.
 1995Further documentation of Angkor and object photography for the National Gallery Washington USA.
 2008Khmer temples in Cambodia, Laos and Thailand
Indonesia1992Documentation of Gianyur funeral in Bali for Asia Magazine, Hong Kong.
LibyaGreco Roman Cities on the coast and Berber cities in desert
ChinaDocumentation of City of Kashgar