ULURU CHIILDREN'S HOME - INDIA

The Uluru Children’s home near the village of Kadapakkam in South India cares for a particularly vulnerable group of girls in the Indian community. Since 2003, the Home has housed about 30, mainly rural girls who have been orphaned or abandoned by destitute parents, at the home they are given the essentials of food, clothing and shelter – all in a safe and caring environment. The girls are given a permanent home and a whole new direction for the rest of their lives, but more importantly, they have access to health care and education, which are crucial in giving them life prospects they would otherwise be denied.

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Little Big Town project and book.

Little Big Town : is a photographic exploration of the laneways and little streets of Melbourne’s CBD, ‘the village within the city’.  LBT is an ongoing project photographed over 3 years, recording daily life in the many little streets and laneways, documenting the transformation of these locations from neglected back waters to diverse and vibrant environments.  Little Big Town project is now a book published by The Five Mile Press in November 2014 and is available in bookshops or online 

 

Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD.

Croft Alley. Chef taking a smoko break watches club goers on their way to The Croft Institute, a bar and nightclub tucked down a winding Chinatown alley

Croft Alley. Chef taking a smoko break watches club goers on their way to The Croft Institute, a bar and nightclub tucked down a winding Chinatown alley

Little Collins Street and Royal Arcade, evening at the Caffe e Torta.

Little Collins Street and Royal Arcade, evening at the Caffe e Torta.

Little Lonsdale Street. People-watching in Chocolateria San Churro.

Little Lonsdale Street. People-watching in Chocolateria San Churro.

Spark Lane. A view Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.

Spark Lane. A view Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.

Flinders Lane.

Flinders Lane.