Death knocked twice then climbed through the window. Its tongue began to wag like a snake dancing in the sea at night. A husky voice cracked into my mind and two words lodged in my ear...

Poisson Cru – A Tahitian treat

Poisson Cru – A Tahitian treat

Ed Sloane is a freelance photographer who focuses on surf and the ocean. Between work trips to some of the world’s most exciting and beautiful places, he spends long hours… READ MORE
Notes From The Underground

Notes From The Underground

Nusha Gurusinghe is a wayfarer and photographer who documents her trips on film. She recently returned from a trip through America enjoying the cultural experience that the New York subway… READ MORE
Whacked In The Face By Hong Kong

Whacked In The Face By Hong Kong

Nicole Reed is a photographer who lives to capture the world. She has exhibited work in four different solo shows and her photos have been published in outstanding publications such… READ MORE
A New Line of Sight

A New Line of Sight

Dean Saffron is a freelance documentary photographer who has published work in The New York Times, Black and White magazine, The New Internationalist, Australian Geographic, ABC, and The Australian amongst… READ MORE
Wilsons Prom In Moonless Winter

Wilsons Prom In Moonless Winter

A couple of mates thought it would be fun to get four photographers into three tents for the weekend down at The Prom for a weekend of shooting. I don’t… READ MORE
Guatemala’s Monster Lake

Guatemala’s Monster Lake

We had heard many tales of the Lake’s beauty. That it is responsible for expatriating thousands of people entranced by its beauty, under the spell of its purported magical energy,… READ MORE
The Desert

The Desert

Halfway through 2012 the creative director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti, led an expedition of surfers, cinematographers, photographers, and musicians into the remote Western Australian desert for three… READ MORE
The Spokesman

The Spokesman

James MacDonald was a very enigmatic man who had taken it upon himself to collect a bicycle from each developmental epoch of the bicycle’s progression for future generations to enjoy.… READ MORE
A Tour Around the Vis-à-Vis

A Tour Around the Vis-à-Vis

It’s hard to imagine that it’s taken from the root system of a plant. It’s almost creamy but sharp too, it coats the tongue and roof of the mouth, turning… READ MORE
New Orleans

New Orleans

Four years after Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana, i visited the still-reeling New Orleans, or NOLA as locals call it. The city was still working through the aftermath of the hurricane.… READ MORE
Tacos

Tacos

It’s hard to ignore the Mexican culinary boom that has taken over Melbourne’s restaurant scene. Tacos seem to be everywhere and boy did they get fancy – lobster and truffled… READ MORE