Brett Leigh Dicks


Brett Leigh Dicks is an Australian-American photographer who divides his time between the United States and Australia. His photographic endeavours have led him to explore the world’s natural and urban landscapes, with imagery spanning Australia, America and Europe. He primarily investigates the landscape and the fragile ties it shares with human history. Brett has also written extensively on the subject of photography and curated exhibitions for public and private galleries and museums.


Lunch bars

GR OnlineFrom cream buns and vanilla slices to cheese-filled sausages and salad sandwiches, working-class culinary culture would not be the same without the lunch bar. Typically tucked away in a corner of the city’s suburban, industrial and commercial districts, lunch bars have sustained the work force with an array of no-frills fast food since the 1950s.

Nuclear landscapes

GR OnlineThe United States has conducted 1,054 nuclear weapon tests, of which 219 have been atmospheric. The US Army conducted the first test on 16 July 1945 as part of the Manhattan Project in what is now the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico’s Jornada del Muerto desert. The test site was declared a National Historic Landmark district in 1965...

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