is a freelance writer for a number of publications. After a stint in London, writing sport for The
Times, he is currently based on the Gold Coast. He has been published in print and online, including FourFourTwo, FHM, Money and Cleo magazine, in addition to Australian Geographic Outdoor. His story on young polar adventurer Jade Hameister (page 38) marks his debut for AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC.
writes about art, history and science. In addition to contributing to national publications such as Country Style, Habitus and Smith Journal, she has written for international media, including The Atlantic, Atlas Obscura and Amuseum. Based in Sydney, Naomi volunteered at AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC in 2015, and was inspired to write about Hill End (page 84) after learning about the town’s plethora of talented locals.
is an avid canyoner, climber and snowboarder. He combines these skills with his photography to showcase the wonders of the natural environment. One of his main aims as a photographer is to inspire people to get outdoors and enjoy the wilder parts of Australia, but he also hopes to educate about the right ways to do so. This feature on Morton National Park (page 72) is his first assignment for the journal.