This is a must watch serious about the atrocities that occurred during white settlement in Australia. It is also good as it highlights that there were also a lot of ethical settlers who respected and embraced one of the worlds most complex and oldest cultures. The obscene thing is that still nothing has changed and STILL the people who rightfully own the land are getting kicked off and displaced for mining and other monetary gain.
Sorry to all the homies who have been checking my blog out to see a lack of regular posts. I've been working high and hard on getting all my photography work together and and putting it together on a new website, which will have a new blog. Hopefully be dropping it in the next weeks so keep your eyes pealed!
First Australians chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of the aborginies who had lived here for some 60-80,000 years prior to the white invasion. Possibly the most unique and successful human race of all time, who lived as one with nature taking only what was needed and lived completely off the land. First Australians explores what unfolds when the oldest living culture in the world is overrun by the world's greatest empire.
Had to take some portraits of Javier Coca for Slam Skateboard Magazine a while back to go with our Colombia trip article. If you have never met this man he is nothing but a good time, all the time. Subsequently none of them made the cut for the magazine, but I like em so ere they are.