Disability rights activist.
Clinton Pryor on the last leg of his record 6,000 km walk across Australia, raising awareness of Aboriginal injustices and inequality,
Gail Hickey holds a memorial of her son, T.J. who was killed 13 years ago in a police pursuit. Her grandson, Jarrel, stands next to her.
Bryden Williams, student protestor occupying Sydney College of the Arts.
Part of the 'On Gomoroi' series, this is a portrait of Kayleedah, a young Gomeroi woman from the small town of Boggabilla in north west NSW.
Musician and Berlin ex-pat, Chris Hughes, waits for the train to Wahalla during a visit to Australia.
Stedman prepares for a performance for Dance Rites, 2015.
A girl takes a selfie of herself, seemingly oblivious to the approaching storm.
A portrait of Brad, supporter at the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy.
The 30-story towers of Waterloo Estate reflect in the glasses of Richard Weeks, public housing advocate.
Sam (L), born transgendered, at home with Robbie (R). Both are fighting for a life-saving operation for Robbie.
A protester at the Black Lives Matter rally, Sydney
Laurence who is homeless, catches the overnight train to Kiama every night in lieu of a place to sleep.
Charlie, who is undergoing transition, considers a dress once worn.
Burraga Gutya (Ken Canning), Murri poet and activist, at home.
Bart Willoughby after a performance with rock band No Fixed Address
Sage, equal rights campaigner
A gust of wind catches curtains, as a woman gazes through a window, Myanmar, 2012.
Smoking ceremony at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra, Australia.