Images from the fringes of the Southern Hemisphere
Women sunbathe across the front of a boat off the turquoise coast of Zanzibar. A Tahitian man kisses a large Manta Ray. In Sydney a young girl peers underwater gazing dreamily into the deep. These are the people who live on the border between land and sea, on the coasts of the Southern Hemisphere with salt water running through their veins.
They are the dreamers of the ocean.
I am a freelance photographer based in Sydney. I am represented by Panos Pictures (UK) and Anzenberger (Germany). I work in Sydney for Fairfax newspapers including The Sydney Morning Herald. I have completed assignments for various magazines including The U.K. Herald Magazine and Marie Claire. I also work for N.G.O's such as the World Wildlife Fund and The United Nations. In 2004 I won a World Press Photo award for 12 images titled "Sydney's Waterways" (shown in the book Ocean Dreaming) . I am addicted to the ocean and when not working or sleeping can be found most often frolicking in the sea.
One Day In Sydney Published July 15, 2009