I was lucky enough recently to spend the day with my good friend and fellow photographer Meredith Schofield on a job with some vets for a good cause. Meredith had been commissioned to shoot what has become an annual tradition for the final-year students of the University of Sydney's veterinary college. The catch: it's a nude calendar.   [caption id="attachment_664" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Photography by Meredith

You may have heard about Moscow's metro system. If you haven't, do yourself a favour and take a ride on it sometime. It's one of the most breathtaking public transport experiences available to you, and on top of all that, it's super cheap. The system was opened in 1935 and as of 2017 it had grown to almost 345km of track from its

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="850"] Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş shouts after shooting Andrey Karlov, the Russian ambassador to Turkey, at an art gallery in Ankara, Turkey | Burhan Ozbilici / Associated Press[/caption]   Another year, another World Press Photo winner, and given so many called 2016 one of the worst years they've experienced, it was with some trepidation that I sunk myself into analysing this year's entries. The winner

I've been working on a series of photographs of architecture around the world, photographing them with stark, high contrast edits in mind. The collection is called "Starkitecture", and while it's been in my head for a few years, I've been constantly distracted by other trips, work and a number of other things. But ironically, it was a non-photography work trip that gave

Sydney's Vivid Festival has become one of the annual highlights of Australia's biggest city. Started originally in 2009 as a festival to show off the merits of "smart" lights and energy efficiency, over the past seven years it has become a global gathering for some of the most creative minds around, fusing lights, music, creativity and technology all together under the same sparkling umbrella. But