Legendary Australian photojournalist Dr Michael Coyne lives in Melbourne and Hong Kong, but has spent much time travelling the world on assignments for publications such as Newsweek, Life, Time, National Geographic, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Smithsonian and Vogue, to name a few. During his extensive 30-year career Michael has covered wars, revolutions and other international events in places such as the Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Central Africa, East Africa, Latin America, North America, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Michael's insightful photographic style provides a candid visual perspective of people, cultures and experiences that often chronicle significant and historic events. His outstanding images have earned him many accolades including a Centenary Medal by the Australian Government for Services to Photography; an Honorary Fellowship by the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) as well as many international awards. He completed a PhD on Documentary Photography and is an Adjunct Professor of Photography at RMIT University, Melbourne; Senior Fellow of Photography at Photographic Studies College, Melbourne and an Honorary Lecturer at Hong Kong University. Michael has published more than 10 books and had three documentaries filmed about him.