‘Through the Outback’ for The New York Times: Michael Koke, age 18 and his sister Angela Koke, age 9, Hay, New South Wales, Australia.
Isla Hughes, age 19 and a governess, Tibooburra Family Hotel New years day party, New South Wales, Australia.
Lynette Warn, fencer age 45, Toolebuck Station, Queensland, Australia.
Clinton Paradise, age 40 and manager of the Edward River Crocodile Farm, Pormpuraaw, Cape York, Queensland, Australia.
George Smith, age 50 and Conan Wakefield, age 30 contract shearers from Longreach who are father and son, Marchmont Station, Queensland, Australia.
Jannah Sabey, age 18, Copi Hollow near Broken Hill, NSW, Australia.
Brendan Barlow, age 29 and a drag Queen who performs at the Palace Hotel in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia.
Dwayne John, age 30 and a Kangaroo shooters off-sider, Plumbago Station, South Australia.
Daisy Ward, an Aboriginal-Australian elder from Warakurna Community, Ngaanyatjarraku Shire, Western Australia.
Mal Marsden, age 35 and a Lifeguard at the Wilcannia Pool, New South Wales, Australia.
Jeffrey Stewart, an Aboriginal-Australian elder who is the surviving son of the last nomads to leave the desert of Western Australia, Wiluna, Western Australia.
Bourke Police Station Superintendent Greg Moore, Bourke, New South Wales, Australia.