A portrait of a single man in a vast space of concrete pavers with remote silhouettes of people dropped by afternoon shadows. The man is strange, he always sits there. Looks neglected – perhaps homeless but there is something more to him being alone. His gaze is unpleasant, perhaps even scary. He sits there day after day watching people rush to the Central station after work. People avoid him, passing the place from a distance.

Architecture and people


This photograph of very heavy, angled concrete columns is probably an easily recognisable place for many Sydney based people. If you work or have lunch at Australia Square you probably passed these many times.

The columns create an interesting perspective with their triangular void space, as if they lead to some focal point where people cross from the street to the inner open space of the eateries and offices. It is an impressive, older style architecture, which seems a bit boxy and heavy these days.