From Ireland to Australia, Dara Munnis has made his way in music photography with a documentary approach that has paralleled his subjects’ paths from obscurity to success.
Australian Paul Mayo’s photos are astronomical in every sense of the word.
Victorian Tom Putt explains how he goes about shooting his abstract aerial landscapes, including the application of disciplines he learnt as a sports photographer.
The wildlife photography of Charles Davis is typified by a quality of intimacy that reflects where and how he grew up.
The volatility of Australian politics in recent years was a baptism of fire for award-winning press gallery photographer Alex Ellinghausen.
Lee Duguid’s picture-taking career began when he and a friend from university joined up for a trip across south-east Asia.
Clayton Hairs tossed a rock into the water and found his photographic purpose.
The old family photos that inspired Sue Daley’s lifelong interest in photography were crucial to her decision to commit to it full-time.
When Scott Portelli isn’t photographing animals doing what comes naturally in remote or underwater places, he’s usually helping someone else to do it.
With an unusual eye in more ways than one, Perth photographer Brett Canet-Gibson has created space for himself on the artier side of the commercial sphere.