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Brisbane die-in protest cyclists May 02

Brisbane cyclists’ “Die-In”

Peak hour traffic came to a standstill in South Brisbane on Wednesday morning as cyclists staged what they called a “die-in” to protest what they say are road conditions that are hazardous to bike riders. The protest, held at the intersection between Stanley and Vulture streets, was organised after Shelley Cheng, a 19-year-old Brisbane cyclist […]

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Brisbane Street – 2016-2017

The masters is done, so I now have no excuse to neglect this blog anymore! While I’ve been away, I’ve been amassing a collection of images from my random wandering around Brisbane. So here’s a selection from the last year or so. I’m just gonna post and run, but keep an eye out for more […]

January 12

2016 in Retrospect (Part 1 – Phnom Penh: Street Art, Sex Workers and Spiders)

I know I’ve been quite inactive online over the last year or so.  It’s been a crazy year! A large chunk of it involved me in hospital learning to walk again after an intense medical incident.  I won’t bore you with the full details, but basically I was hit by an illness called Guillain-Barre Syndrome. […]

December 08

Courtney – a work in progress

This week until Saturday you can see images from my current work in progress at QCA’s Project Gallery on Grey Street, South Bank (Brisbane). //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js The photos are part of a story that follows the life of Courtney, who battles with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This disorder disrupts a person’s relationships and sense of self […]

July 18

Saving Angkor

A golden sun rises over the ancient splendour of Angkor. Before the trickle of tourists through the gates grows to a torrent, a small team of workers assembles in the warm morning air. Silicone gloves snap on, plastic clips on a plastic tacklebox are unclipped. Out of the box one by one, an eclectic collection […]

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Operation Unchain – release for the mentally ill in Cambodia

Battambang – a city in the north-western corner of Cambodia – swelters under an unrelenting sun. The dry season air tastes of dust and there seems to be no escape from the heat. Behind one of the suburban homes, a solitary figure sits on a bare bamboo bed in a shelter that consists of four […]

April 18

Cambodia’s Superhero Rats

As the first rays of the sun reach across the fields outside Siem Reap in the north of Cambodia, a highly trained team prepares for another day of life-saving work. Every day, they apply their intensive training and unique skills to detect landmines that have remained hidden just below the surface of fields and roads […]