A terminally ill patient reaches for water in a hospice for those dying of AIDS at the Buddhist temple Wat Prabat Nampu in Lopburi province, north of Bangkok.
Mandao Bay, Sulawesi. Bay and river system was polluted with mercury poisoning from illegal gold mining. 2002.
Unloading boats, Mandao Bay, Sulawesi. Bay and river system was polluted with mercury poisoning from illegal gold mining. 2002.
A few seconds before they were doing backflips off the back of their horses. Then, exhausted, they just laid there quietly.
Back of the bus en route to Lake Toba, Sumatra, and Indonesia 1984.
Burmese sex worker prepares to meet a client. She will earn US$5 for the session and keep US$3 after she gives a percentage to her Thai pimps. She says that she sends most of her earnings back to her mother and child inside Burma.
Redfern, inner city suburb, Sydney Australia. Also, was known as ‘the block’, referring to its small geographical area. It was mostly inhabited by Indigenous Australians. 1982.
‘Scarification.’ A young woman in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. 1992
‘Street Corner.’ A homeless man baths himself in talcum powder in early morning hours. Bangkok, Thailand, 2014.
Tokyo’s famous Shibuya crossing. Japan, Tokyo 2012.
‘Cruising.’ Young men cruise the main street of Phonsovane, Laos. 2001.
‘Trapeze.’ A sailor upon the trapeze off the coast of Mombasa, Kenya. 1999.
Feeding the gulls while riding the cross-river ferry. Rangoon, Burma. 2014.
‘Under Glass.’ A deceased woman is exhibited at an AIDS museum in Lopburi, Thailand. 2003.
Unloading timber from Pinisi boats at Sunda Kalapa port Jakarta, Indonesia. 2005.
Roosevelt Harvey at 84 on the front verandah of his home in Lake Providence, Louisiana, USA. In 1994 Lake Providence was declared America’s poorest town.
Sex worker and client in Lake Providence, Louisiana, USA. In 1994 Lake Providence was declared America’s poorest town.
Welsh coal miners wash the coal dust from each other’s bodies. Black Forest Mountains, Wales, UK.
A sheep shearer sleeps off the night before's drinking as his dog patiently awaits him. Outback, NSW, Australia. 2002.
Sailors 'tacking' off the coast of Mombasa, Kenya. 1999.
A young Burmese illegal immigrant en route from Burma to the Thai port town of Ranong in Thailand.
Ship in the slips on the banks of the Buriganga River, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A young girl hangs out her washing in Lake Providence, Louisiana, USA. In 1994 Lake Providence was declared America’s poorest town.
'Country Circus' Bathurst, Australia. The late 1980s.
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On the shores of Lake Toba. Lake Toba is a large natural lake occupying the caldera of a super volcano. Sumatra, Indonesia. 1984
A Burmes refugee baths by the river Thai-Burma border.
"Hanging Fish" Window, Vientiane. Laos. 2015.
Indigenous dwelling. Roper River, Northern Territory Australia. 1983
Indigenous school teacher and pupil. Roper River, Northern Territory Australia. 1983
An Indigenous woman and her child. Roper River, Northern Territory, Australia. 1983
Indigenous boy. Roper River, Northern Territory Australia. 1983
Fallen trees. Tayvallich, Scotland. 2017
"Promenade" Monrovia, Liberia. 1996
"Enter" Tayvallich, Scotland. 2017
“Amish” Amish brothers return home from a church service. Upper Sate New York.
“Soccer, Suburbia and Sunbathing” Coogee, Sydney. 1984
“Road Kill.” ‘The Track’ Northern Territory. 1986
The Shearer’s Cook, The Shearers’s Husband and their dogs. Somewhere in remote NSW, near the Queensland border. Australia.
Prisoners doing road work in Lake Providence. In 1994 Lake Providence was declared America's poorest town statistically. Louisiana, USA.
KerobokanPrison is a prison located in Kerobokan, on the Indonesian island of Bali.
Kerobokanis infamous captives past and present include Bali bombers Amroziand Samudra, and a multitude of young Aussies who traded their liberty some their lives for drug deals gone South… like Chan, Sukumaranand Corby.
The inmate in this photograph who asked me not to use his name and said it is not just liberty that is lost but privacy and peace also. In a jammed jail there is a constant competition for personal space. Announcements blare non-stop from loudspeakers pushing ones sanity to the edge. To cope, many prisonersturn to art, games or God. Some others to crystal meth.
HIV activist ‘Vanessa’ (middle) during a backstage warm up at a club on Oxford St. Sydney, Australia.
‘Sleeping Rough’ Homeless teenagers sleeping on a park bench during a Sydney winter. Late 1980s, Australia.
“TV Fish’ An old black and white TV converted to a goldfish bowl. Chiang Mai, Thailand. Early 2000s.
‘Sibling Rivalry’ Girls are winning. Melbourne, Australia. Mid 1980s.
‘Frida and Man’ New South Wales Art Gallery. Sydney, Australia. Late 1980s.
A horse racing game in an arcade. Southworld, England.
According to some, bull runs date as far back as the 18th century. In the Andalucian mountains, the toro de cuerda is an authentic, local affair unlike in bigger towns and cities where both Spaniards and tourists take part in the run. In the 21st Century, a great polarization exists between those that view the bull run a cultural right and others who view it as a form of base animal cruelty that should be stopped.
Men playing "Two - Up" at Ballinasloe, horse fair in County Galway, in the western part of Ireland. It is one of Europe's oldest and largest Horse Fairs, dating back to the 18th century.
Portrait of farmer and his tractor. South coast, NSW, Australia.
“Tradesman” Waiting for a ride on Coogee Bay Rd Sydney, Australia. 1983
"Couple" On the Manly Ferry, Sydney Harbour, Australia.