Photographer Tim Flach documents the world’s most threatened species in a book meant to make humans rethink their relationship with the natural world

Tim Flach, Endangered. Text by Professor Jonathan Baillie, Sam Welles First published in Australia in 2017 by Thames&Hudson, 336p   Endangered is one of the most beautiful yet saddest books I have ever read. It shows the complexity and the greatness of the natural world while highlighting the real dangers some of the living creatures… Continue reading Photographer Tim Flach documents the world’s most threatened species in a book meant to make humans rethink their relationship with the natural world

Sea by Mark Laita: a stunning collection of sea creature portraits that illustrate the fascinating world beneath the surface and reveal the unknown beauty of the deep

Mark Laita, Sea Published 2011 by Hachette Australia (first published 2011 in USA by Abrams), 200p I am not a good swimmer and I am afraid of water. The infinity of the ocean scares me as everything else that I cannot understand or anticipate. I admire Australia’s wilderness and its pristine landscapes but I will… Continue reading Sea by Mark Laita: a stunning collection of sea creature portraits that illustrate the fascinating world beneath the surface and reveal the unknown beauty of the deep

Womanhood cannot be reduced to physical beauty. Annie Leibovitz and Susan Sontag highlight intelligence and confidence in a book that redefines the norms of beauty

Annie Leibovitz, Susan Sontag, Women Published 2000 by Random House   Women is the result of an intelligent collaboration between two exceptional women, a collection of more than 100 individual portraits which put together demonstrate that when taking initiative women can fight stereotypes  and redefine their place in society. Annie Leibovitz is known for her… Continue reading Womanhood cannot be reduced to physical beauty. Annie Leibovitz and Susan Sontag highlight intelligence and confidence in a book that redefines the norms of beauty