Lately, I’ve been fascinated with the idea of home. What makes a place home? What happens when you swap one country for another? Is it a straightforward exchange, or something altogether messier? At the end of last year, photojournalist Noel McLaughlin and I started working on a long-form story that followed the lives of immigrants who, for better or worse, had carved out lives in Australia over the last five decades and how this experience reflects and resists Australia’s rhetoric around immigration. The piece, which features studio portraits of five Australians, was published on The Guardian in August and you can read it here.