profiles

In the first of a new series showcasing recent work by leading professional photographers Daniel Linnet talks about his moody boudoir-themed series, 'Dragon's Den'.

When Craig Wetjen realised the business of photography was making him sick he knew he had to make some changes. A project photographing men in their sheds turned out to be the perfect tonic. He shares his story with Robert Keeley.

Easton Chang explains how he turned his enthusiasm for photographing cars into a successful career.

People are an endless source of fascination for photographer David Knight. He talks to Marc Gafen about his remarkable images and the art of shooting captivating portraits.

Panoramic landscape photographer Mark Gray began his working life as a web designer, but after a near-death experience he developed a passion for shooting landscapes.

Eugene Tan turned his love of photography and the ocean into a job that most photographers would kill for.

From a farm in Western Australia to the darkroom of an Australian photographic icon, the career of photographer Jill Crossley has been remarkably diverse.

Peter Solness talks to Robert Keeley about his career, his approach to photography, and the techniques he uses to create his breathtaking nocturnal landscapes.

Photographer Chris Round is exhibiting a selection of images from various series which show the man-made environment.

From design school in the UK to the set of Australia's Next Top Model and beyond, Jez Smith talks to Fran Molloy about his unorthodox photographic journey.

In her latest exhibition, Ella Dreyfus uses black and white portraits to explore the transition from childhood to adulthood.

Paul Blackmore has travelled to 14 countries over the past 11 years documenting mankind's relationship with the world's most precious resource, water.

Sydney-based shooter Sean Izzard has drawn widespread acclaim for his advertising and personal photography projects. He speaks to Mark Gafen about his career and his approach to photography.

Photographer Michael Corridore's new series of images sets out to explore car culture and its influence on us.

Award-winning Australian photographer Adam Taylor became passionate about photography when he was 15, convincing his family to turn its storage cellar into a darkroom.