Tea & Thread: portraits of middle eastern women far from home

It was a baking hot summer day when I travelled to the western suburbs of Sydney to meet Sally. She’s recently returned after spending three years in Jordan with her husband and her three children, working with people displaced by conflict. She just authored a book with her friend, Katrina Flett Gulbrandsen, and I was […]

Tour guide

Welcome to Sydney! This image was taken one sunny September afternoon. We were just about to see a performance at the Opera House. Thousands of tourists have stood there and probably snapped a shot very similar to this one. I love this view because it means I’m home. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge: Tour […]

“Nazi symbolism. On a public train. In New York City. In 2017.”

About a year ago, on a train carriage in a New York subway, a group of ordinary commuters did something that would send a message around the world. Shocked and horrified by racist graffiti that was scrawled across the carriage, these strangers banded together and calmly wiped away the hatred that was on display. The […]