Portrait of Aboriginal dancer Michael Leslie who, throughout his lifetime, has made outstanding contributions to the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, at both national and international levels.
Carol Mayer was severely burnt in a house fire as a young mum. A decade on she posed for me for a story in a Sunday newspaper. I wanted to capture the spirit in those wonderful captivating eyes surrounded by the evidence of her burns.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott (centre), with coffee in hand, stands in a lift as the doors close, reflecting members of his staff, security detail and the media at 2.39am at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel during the Federal Election campaign in Sydney, Friday, August 19, 2010. Mr Abbott embarked on a 36-hour campaign blitz, where he campaigned continuously in two states visiting police officers on the overnight shift, workers at Paddy’s Market and the Fish Markets, playing tennis with his candidate for Bennelong, John Alexander and having a shandy with his constituents in his seat of Warringah.
United States Marine, 20-year-old Lance Corporal Brandon Tucker huddles up to his explosive detection dog Auggie to keep warm during the night. Brandon is a Marine Dog Handler from Guntersville Alabama. This was his first operational deployment to Afghanistan. Brandon and Auggie had been working together for six months.
Dalai the Lama, has been dreaming of this moment his whole life while grazing in his paddock near Dural. He has driven his friends insane constantly talking about his obsession with television and fame. He knows the importance of his first audition, and he also knows he will never get another shot at his dreams. He is so nervous his legs are shaking and his fur on his stomach is quivering. All he can think about is returning back to his flock and the questions they will be asking -
"how did you go Dalai?" "Are you famous yet Dalai?"
His thoughts shift back to the audition and he just hopes he remembers his lines...
A man with his son in Redfern, 2011. His family had just moved from the 'Stickybricks' Tower in Surry Hills, relocating to a new public housing flat in Redfern. He described the change as "moving from hell to heaven".
Andrew Hodges, who suffered an acquired brain injury when he was 15, is assisted in his regular exercise routine by his father, Ken. Although he remains sharply intelligent, Andrew requires constant assistance and care, much of which comes from his ageing parents.
This is a picture of my mum. It was early in the morning and I had let myself in. She was awake but just lying in bed, so I asked her to stand up on the bed and I took her photo. I wanted to capture her at her most real and even vulnerable moment.