A portrait of Kirrilee Edwards before her death. Kirrilee suffered a catastrophic brain injury at 12 which required 24 hour care for several years. The image shows her being touched by her incredible parents and 6 brothers and sisters who have all taken part in caring for her.
Arielle is almost 2 years old. She lives in a small house with mum Sami, 19, dad Blake, 18, grandma Jenni, 33, aunties Stevie and Sophie, 17 and 12, uncle Jessie, 10 and new baby cousin Alkirra, 1 month. There is a lot going on in this house but no matter what, the family sticks together.
"This photograph was part of a series taken over a number of visits to the Belanglo State Forest, the scene of the now infamous Backpacker Murders.
In the light of day it is almost possible to forget the history of this place. It feels ordinary, quiet â€“ even beautiful in places.
The Charreria (bull riding) is Mexico’s only national sport. It is said that to be a good Charro you must learn how to ride a horse before you can walk. Some riders are kids without any education who see the Charreria as a way out of poverty. If they succeed, they will become superstars.