People keep asking, now that the 52 Suburbs ATW exhibition and book are underway, what am I going to do next?
While I am keen to do another project (I like projects, can you tell?) I’m enjoying being de-focused for the moment – as well as working on other people’s projects and earning some of the folding stuff.
A few weekends ago, for example, I was commissioned by a client to capture life in Surry Hills.
Back then I was amazed how much it had changed from when I used to hang out there as a 20-something (the Hopetoun etc).
But this time around I didn’t expect it to have changed much in the last three years – but it has.
Despite the change, however, it remains one of the more interesting corners of Sydney.
I wandered around, happily snapping away, doing my job – not talking to anyone much but having a lovely time imagining what was going on inside their minds.
Here are some of the images – and just for fun I’ve added the possible thoughts of the subjects therein…
And finally, a last thought from me…
I’d love to hear your thoughts about the place – and any other thoughts you’re keen to share on this almost-wintry sunny Sydney afternoon.