Photographer, designer and weekend historian. Editor of The Unravel. Confined to Melbourne until the plague lets up.
There's something grimly poetic about Teufelsberg- the Devil's Mountain.
Some images of Berlin's controversial museum of near-eastern antiquities including the massive Pergamon Altar.
Photos taken at Berlin's Olympic Stadium- site of the infamous Nazi games of 1936.
No other place is so heavily freighted with history than the city of Berlin.
A collection of haunting Soviet-era war memorials in the mountains of former Yugoslavia taken by Belgian artist Jan Kempenaers.
All the skyscrapers in Paris are concentrated in a region several miles from the city centre in an area known as La Defence.
Images taken inside Notre Dame and the Cathedral of Saint Sulpice in Paris.
Some amazing self-portraits by Korean/American artist Miru Kim.
A small selection of dizzying photos taken by Russian teenagers in the upper reaches of the Moscow skyline.
On any given sunday there are angry Parisians at the Place De la Bastille railing against the government for one reason or another.
Some night photography from the 18th Arrondissement of Paris.
A picture of tiny horses leaving the side door of the Moulin Rouge.
As I've travelled over the last few months I've hopped mainly from city to city and noticed a pattern...
A few postcard pictures from Barcelona.
The view from the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
My tour across the states has really been one big survey of American neon signs.
In the City of New York the people are transported by two separate, yet equally important pieces of infrastructure...
I found it hard to take photos of the buildings in New York city.
Some images taken of the collection at the American Museum of Natural History.
Returning now to the far less dramatic streets of New York back in April I have another batch of photographs.
Some street photography from a week or so in NYC back in March.