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    Earlier this month I was invited to be involved in this year's Sydney Open. Here are some photos of some of the places I visited.
    I was asked by The Guardian if I could write a photo essay for them. Read on here to learn about how I started Lost Collective and what I did before that.
    For a 30 second video, there is quite a lot of story to goes into the making. This was created at Green Cape Lightstation on the NSW far south coast.
    Soviet Innerness have been building a beautiful collection of images based on a completely fresh take on urbex photography and I can't get enough.
    Take a look at some of the abandoned Olympic venues that have been left behind over the years. Such a huge amount of waste for very little to no return.
    I came across this article featuring beautiful images of Soviet-era buildings, infrastructure and vehicles by Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko.
    Wangi Power Station as it was in the late 70s and early 80s. Pictures from the personal collection of a former worker, from when the relic was operational.
    I was invited to give a talk at the NSW Writers Centre as part of the event 'Callan Park Stories'. This is a transcript of that presentation.
    When we arrived in Sapporo, I had no idea what we would try and do apart from hiring a car and drive from Sapporo to Yubari and back for four days.
    Check out what's been happening at Lost Collective, and you might even catch a sneak preview of an upcoming gallery, the 129-year-old Eveleigh Paint Shop.
    Ever wondered where the idea for Hotel Motel 101 came from? Well, here's a bit of an insight into the inspration behind the project.