Recent portraiture at The University of Sydney.
Nanoscience studies the structure and function of materials on the scale of nanometres, which is one billionth of a metre or roughly the size of about ten atoms in a row. Under those conditions, light and matter behave in ways that differ significantly from those we are familiar with on everyday scales. These behaviours often defy the classical laws of physics and chemistry and can only be understood using the laws of quantum mechanics. Here are some images taken at the Nanoscience Hub at The University of Sydney. http://sydney.edu.au/nano/
Miiko Kumar is a Barrister and Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at The University of Sydney. http://sydney.edu.au/law/about/people/profiles/miiko.kumar.php
Quite surreal these little fake heads and mouths at the School of Dentistry in the Sydney Dental Hospital.
Images for Candy Royalle and the Freed Radicals’ new album ‘Birthing the sky, birthing the sea.’ http://candyroyalle.com/
Rabbi Slavin runs a big community kitchen on Flood Street in Bondi, Sydney. The kitchen makes thousands of meals each week. I had the opportunity to photograph him in his kitchen and synagogue. Here are some of my favourite pics.
The University of Sydney has some treasures tucked away in specialist museums. Here are some samples from the Anatomy and Anthropology Museums. Spot the forming kidneys and abstracted human arms. Nauseatingly beautiful.
I shoot such a variety of subject matter at the University. Here are some images of architecture and campus life.
These were just a bit of fun, taken for the ‘Shoot the chef’ competition run as part of Good Food Month 2014 at the Darlington Centre Restaurant.
© Louise M Cooper [ Photographer ]