Prolific Instagrammer Lara Verheijden holds her presence with conviction; she is herself and is neither shaped by society nor exhibits for the sake of showing off. She is so comfortable in her skin it is almost as if she grew up in a cave without the media and opinions to shape her identity.
Taken as part of my series 'And I Thought I Was Dreaming', this image of film producer Andrew Mason creatively plays on the notion of the dream. Andrew’s incisive wit and curious perspective on the unique ecosystem of the film industry inspired the tone and context of this photograph.... READ MORE
Bird Boy (Still Not Sam, 2016) from series 'Paradise Interchange'.
After two years without contact, my ex-boyfriend sits quietly while I feather his body with three hundred 6x4 portraits of my older brother, Sam. Sepp always wanted to be like Sam - now he is.
This portrait of artist Bobby Bunungurr was taken in his home town of Ramingining, Arnhem Land. Bobby shares the image-making process by edging his totem in the wet emulsion of the large format Polaroid negative. This image is part of an ongoing collaborative project which started in 1998.
Hana, my sister-in- law, is 21 and discovering life. I love seeing her grow into a powerful woman and to take photo's of her along the way. As a street photographer, most of my photo's are candid and this is one of the few shots I have published that is posed.
Hayden is a jazz singer by night and a psychiatric nurse by day. We took this portrait in Williamstown one windy afternoon. He had just recorded a set of songs that spoke of love and loss and of the unfathomable nature of time. The mercurial sea has become a recurring theme for Hayden.