On the road examines the features that characterise Australia's outback roads; from the terrain they cut through, to land use, structures, and what people do to them while on long drives. The images were captured on a 6x17cm panorama film camera; placing the subject centre frame against the vastness of the Australian landscape.
A second section is titled Swoosh. These images used a digital camera to experiment with motion; following subjects as they move around the camera to create abstract images. They were taken over a seven-year period in five countries.
Punctuating these images is a series of signs marking 100km to the next town. Click the images below to see examples from each section.