On Assignment for Australian Geographic
My prefered workflow is a calm, intent based, highly detail orientated process. Often times...
There’s something quite charming about living in a remote town. A lot of inner networks and unwritten rules exist alongside nepotism and yet the outback somehow looks after itself.
For me this lack of rule was very attractive (recent trips have seen this disappear).
Events are not run by government or businesses but by the Community and many roles are filled by passionate volunteers. It’s also one of the only places you can people watch with such variety.
During my time in Coober Pedy I’ve met so many interesting and unique characters. A few of whom i’ve gone out with to make environmental portraits. If you ever get a chance to sneak a look behind the curtain of desert living I highly recommend it.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.