Peter Meyer, photographer extraordinaire, saved my recent holiday on Fraser Island. In what was almost a week of non-stop cyclonic rain conditions, it was incredibly difficult to imagine what the island could look like when the skies were clear. Thankfully, the resort where I was staying displayed Peter's photos. And the general store sold his book filled with beautiful images of Fraser Island. What a spectacularly beautiful place it was. And it's hard to believe that Peter only took his first photo six years ago. Truly!
What five words best describe you? Inquisitive, photographer, modest, brilliant, philosopher.
What's your proudest achievement? Surviving an overnight bus trip on the worst road in India with a bad case of Delhi Belly.
Who inspires you? Anyone who is able to follow their own path despite powerful forces of rigid convention, tradition and any type of dogma.
What are you passionate about? The idea that the earth is a single living entity.
What's the best lesson you've learnt? Men and women do come from different planets.
Which person, living or dead, would you most like to meet? Either Jesus or Mohammed... what were they thinking?
What are you excited about? Learning about the world.
What's next? Building a gallery on Fraser Island, which will also have a residence for me to live in.
Images courtesy of Peter Meyer.