|Four years documenting dance forms and decorative styles of village people. Awarded a Visual Arts Board grant in 1973 to support this work.
|Photographed in Death Valley, California for exhibition
|Studied and photographed the effects of colonization on the islanders of Truk, Palau, Saipan and Guam.
|Extensive documentation of people and landscape over 10 years
|Thirty 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
|In 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.
|Project photographer and all B&W laboratory services for
"Day in the Life of Australia" with Ric Smolan.
|Documentation of avant-garde concrete buildings
|Photography of 1920's Constructivist architecture in Moscow
|Photography of Indonesian Art for Asia Society, New York
|Photography of Artifacts in Phnom Penh and Angkor ruins for Australian National Gallery
|Major documentation with own archeological team.
|Further documentation of Angkor and object photography for the National Gallery Washington USA.
|Khmer temples in Cambodia, Laos and Thailand
|Documentation of Gianyur funeral in Bali for Asia Magazine, Hong Kong.
|Greco Roman Cities on the coast and Berber cities in desert
|Documentation of City of Kashgar