Award-winning photojournalist Megan Lewis spent more than two and a half years living with the Martu Aboriginal “Mob” in Rudall River National Park in Western Australia, documenting their lives. The trust and friendship Lewis developed with the Mob has resulted in an extraordinary body of work including the publication 'Conversations with the Mob', a 240-page book that delivers powerful insights into the Aboriginal culture and the Martu people with honesty, compassion and humor. Amongst other accolades Lewis has been awarded a prestigious Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism for this work.
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