2018 was my ninth year documenting the annual Crocodile Research Trip at the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve. The Croc research team are there for over a month and I am there for just over a week. It is a achingly beautiful part of the world, to see a landscape only touched by nature is very special and I am very thankful to get to be there every year.
To see more of the crocodile research work that Australia Zoo does copy the below link on to your web browser.
Over the last couple of years I have been all over Qld with the RFDS documenting their outback clinics, dental truck and campaign work on remote outstations
They do a amazing job and it is a real privilege to document their work.
In 2014 I was invited to be a part of a project called “Laying Foundations for Change” A project in collaboration with The Magnum Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies. The end result being a book (see below link/website) Here are some images from the project.
Earlier this year I was in India and fortunate enough to pick up a two day assignment in Jaisalmer for Qantas Magazine. The original story was published in the April issue of Qantas Magazine. (also published on my blog April 3rd)
Here are some of the overs that never made it to print.
the “Hits” photographed at the share house, Highgate Hill, Brisbane © Russell Shakespeare
"The Wenlock River flows through the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Cape York" Australia.
© Russell Shakespeare 2018
"Troy Cassar Daley" © Russell Shakespeare 2018