We'd just been to a birthday party in Brisbane's Roma Street Parklands and were exiting via the rainforest garden. I was photographing the palms when my sons ran past me in wonder at the effect of the light through the trees. I love the image as it was completely impromptu and so unexpected. No filter has been applied.
Daisyanna and her boyfriend Cam aged 16, Ballarat, Victoria. It is this age that we change and develop in ways that shape who we are for the rest of our lives. These years were the most tumultuous of my childhood; I was wild and nothing could stop me. It was a time that I never want to revisit. I use portraiture to humanize a generation caught between traditional expectations of teenagehood and the strong push in modern society to grow up fast.
Shantelle Parker Burton aged 11, poses with a light in the Central Desert of Australia. I first met Shantelle when she was only a couple of weeks old. I became close friends with her mother Katherine and looked after Shantelle and her brother Sebastian when Katherine became ill. Sadly I lost touch with them for several years after they returned to their mother they moved to the Central Desert. This picture was taken on a trip to reunite with the children.
Whilst photographing village life in the Mountain Kingdom Lesotho, a huge dust storm rolled in unexpectedly. I had just put my DSLR away to protect it from the dust when I spotted these two orphan children in the middle of the road. I took a quick photo on my mobile phone and helped them find cover. It's one of my favourite images from that trip. It just goes to show the magic is in the moment, not the technology.
Madina aged 63 is a Kazakh eagle hunter and wears a fox skin coat as he cradles his 6-year-old eagle. In a landscape where temperatures plummet to -40 degrees, he is of the last men who use eagles to hunt on horseback bide. Rugged, formidable, proud, the golden eagles share the same qualities as the men with whom they ride. Only the toughest survive here, but this is a culture under threat. There are no more than 50-60 hunters left, each winter claiming a few more.
Sydney, Australia, June 13: Muslim fashion model Emma poses for a portrait during the 2015 Annual EID Collection Charity Fashion Show by Neva Style, the first of its kind held for an all female audience in Western Sydney during EID.