Matthew Vandeputte is a Belgian timelapse photographer who moved to Australia in 2013. His digital media content canvasses the unutterable beauty of our planet, the sprawling mess of cityscapes and the universe’s celestial patchwork. Matthew has always wanted to do work that has a lasting social and cultural impact. His work in the travel, tourism and photography industries have garnered him a substantial social media following. With such an audience, Matthew believes that it is his responsibility to sensitise and awaken people to inequality, exclusion and discrimination.
- Interviews with refugees
- Private prisons in Australia: our 20 year trial
- What can we learn from the 2013 Nauru offshore detention centre riot?
- Life in the long grass
- A long way to come for women’s rights in Indonesia and Australia