At the break of dawn, I stood quietly on the soon-to-be bustling Bourke Street in Melbourne. Armed and waiting with my camera, I was ready to capture and record moments of an average day on this busy main street. The photographer in me wanted to capture as much as I could see happening in the day between 6am through to 6pm.
As cliché as it may sound, we all know that photography is a way to freeze a moment in time. That moment, as normal and mundane as it can be; be it just being seated at a tram station, or a stranger crossing a road, or simply just standing still on the sidewalk, it all tells a story.