Mark and Ben basking in the evening glow at Port Beach, Fremantle. Mark and Ben are both a growing number of homeless people who live in their cars by choice. See the full story here, as featured on WAtoday.com.au and The Age.
Karajarri rangers Celia Bennett and Reeny Hopiga at Corkbark, a traditional fishing spot near the Bidyadanga community 220km south of Broome. The rangers are part of a burgeoning program that helps to preserve their culture for future generations, and provides meaningful employment in remote Aboriginal communities. See the full story here, as featured on WAtoday.com.au and The Age.
Solo traveller Scotty takes a break from riding his pushbike across the vast wilderness of Western Australia. Scotty had been sleeping rough on a cafe bench when I came across him. See the full story here, as featured on WAtoday.com.au.
Margaret River owner-builder Denis Dawson blocks his ears while working in one of his many sheds. Denis' life changed dramatically when he was accidentally signed up as a Couchsurfing host. See the full story here, as featured on WAtoday.com.au
Backpackers Eyal and Danny take a break at the beginning of the Gibb River Road. The Gibb River Road is a 660km rammed earth track that runs through the wild heart of the Kimberley, and driving this route is a unique way to experience one of the world's last true wildernesses. See the full story here, as featured in the Broome Visitors Guide.
Scouring the coastline for waves on the remote Nullarbor Plain in South Australia. South Australia is a location rarely visited by travelling surfers due to its reputation for fearsome sharks, fiery locals and harsh terrain. See the full story here, as featured in Issue 557 of Tracks Magazine.