"Blank advertisement billboards along the highway in 6th of October City, a satellite city of Cairo, Egypt, 2012. From the series 'The Continuity of Man', a portrait of the Mediterranean region. www.continuityofman.com "
A series of aerial photographs of Iceland's volcanic rivers and lava wastelands. The images illustrate the unique geothermic landscapes of the country as viewed from beyond the clouds, presenting an unconventional perspective on traditional landscape photography."
Scanned photograph shot on medium format negative film with a 1950s Bakelite camera.
The painting like image is a result of the characteristics of the camera when used in the winter temperatures of the Himalayas and not any digital filters."
"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.
This is a place is tainted by history though. Thoughts of what happened here are never far away. It is this history of the place that has drawn me here. The idea of a place so maligned in the public consciousness. How does the reality compare to the perception?
As night falls, the forest closes in, the senses strain and reality begins to feel remote."
"When the summer winds blows from the hot dry belly of the nations lost interior, they sometimes carry fire in their punishing breath, smudging large swathes of the landscape black and twisting forests into crazy abstracts of ash white and charcoal . Here, from above, we see a gaggle of crows above a burnt forest, they are as black as the scorched trees below, burnished feathers flickering in the sunlight, their darting movements contrasting with the dead stillness below.
Vast landscapes of beautiful, crisp desolation, a view that both delights the eye, and scars the soul."
We live in an age where photography not only captures the landscape but in places BECOMES the landscape, as in this view of sunbathers by the pool of the Millennium Building above the famous Coke billboards in Kings Cross. The title 'Exposure' refers to the unparalleled visibility of the Coke signs, the sunbathers (reminiscent of paintings by the late Geoffry Smart) and of course the word's photographic meaning.
"Life and Death was capture soon after a major bush fire hit the surrounding areas of Lennox Head in Late December 2013 .
The tall Gums and charred Banksia's create an interesting composition.
I captured the image with my DJI s800 Hexacopter and 5 D Mark 3 ."
"This image is a part of a series which explores the spaces that are destined to become new suburbs in the outer areas of Canberra. I was fascinated to notice after 7 years away the amount of new urban growth that had appeared in the town where I grew up.
During early winter mornings often clouded in a thick fog and in freezing temperatures, the silence and eeriness of these sites bestow an ethereal sense, which is at odds with the reality of what these places will become sometime in the future.
Part of a series of images taken depicting modern Israel in context to it's place in the Middle East. This image shows a Military Training facility in the Negev Desert in Israel, specifically for armored units to train in "urban" areas. Military bases and training grounds such as these are littered all through the arid central landscape of Israel, and are a stark reminder of the reality of life for a nation struggling to find peace in it's region.