This photo changed everything for women’s sport

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: DAILY TELEGRAPH

 THIS is the photo that showcased the toughness of the  Hawaiian Ironman  and put the sport of triathlon on the international map.  It’s also the moment that planted a flag for all female athletes and one that I’ll acknowledge at the start line of the 2018 Patagonian Marathon in four weeks time.  To be a female athlete in these times, professional or amateur, is to be part of a seismic shift in the narrative of what it means to be a woman.

THIS is the photo that showcased the toughness of the Hawaiian Ironman and put the sport of triathlon on the international map.

It’s also the moment that planted a flag for all female athletes and one that I’ll acknowledge at the start line of the 2018 Patagonian Marathon in four weeks time.

To be a female athlete in these times, professional or amateur, is to be part of a seismic shift in the narrative of what it means to be a woman.

Julie Moss recalls the iconic moment that made her forever part of long distance triathlon history

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: NINE'S WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS

 The image of Julie Moss crawling across the finish line for second place at the 1982 Ironman in Hawaii became an iconic moment in the sport of long distance triathlon.  Now almost 40 years later, Moss recounts that awe-inspiring photo.  "I was literally a few yards from the finish line and had to crawl over and watch others finish," Moss told  Wide World of Sports .

The image of Julie Moss crawling across the finish line for second place at the 1982 Ironman in Hawaii became an iconic moment in the sport of long distance triathlon.

Now almost 40 years later, Moss recounts that awe-inspiring photo.

"I was literally a few yards from the finish line and had to crawl over and watch others finish," Moss told Wide World of Sports.

Melbourne strips off for Spencer Tunick nude photo shoot

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT
OUTLET: CHANNEL NINE NEWS

 A sea of shivering, stark-naked Melburnians have laid down on a cold concrete rooftop to be photographed by US artist Spencer Tunick.  The New York-based Tunick held one of his famed mass nude shoots atop a Woolworths car park in Prahran this morning.  "The light wasn't changing, there was a cloud cover that was perfect for me. I was very lucky to have that," Tunick told 9NEWS.

A sea of shivering, stark-naked Melburnians have laid down on a cold concrete rooftop to be photographed by US artist Spencer Tunick.

The New York-based Tunick held one of his famed mass nude shoots atop a Woolworths car park in Prahran this morning.

"The light wasn't changing, there was a cloud cover that was perfect for me. I was very lucky to have that," Tunick told 9NEWS.

Freezing their bits off! Five hundred art enthusiasts strip off in chilly weather for US photographer Spencer Tunick's 'nude installation' shoot on a Melbourne carpark roof

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT
OUTLET: DAILY MAIL

 Hundreds of people have bared their private parts in frosty conditions in the name of art.  About 500 converged in  Melbourne  Monday morning for the second of US artist Spencer Tunick's mass nude photo shoots for the Provocare Festival of the Arts.  Temperatures hovered around nine degrees as hundreds made their way towards the Prahran Woolworths rooftop carpark, on Chapel Street in the inner city. 

Hundreds of people have bared their private parts in frosty conditions in the name of art.

About 500 converged in Melbourne Monday morning for the second of US artist Spencer Tunick's mass nude photo shoots for the Provocare Festival of the Arts.

Temperatures hovered around nine degrees as hundreds made their way towards the Prahran Woolworths rooftop carpark, on Chapel Street in the inner city. 

Spencer Tunick Melbourne photoshoot: second shoot in Prahran

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT
OUTLET: NEWS.COM.AU

 A SEA of shivering, stark-naked Melburnians have gathered on a rooftop to be photographed by US artist Spencer Tunick this morning.  The New York-based Tunick held one of his famed mass nude shoots atop a Woolworths car park in Prahran.  Last month,  Woolworths rejected the plan  but had a change of heart  a few days later .

A SEA of shivering, stark-naked Melburnians have gathered on a rooftop to be photographed by US artist Spencer Tunick this morning.

The New York-based Tunick held one of his famed mass nude shoots atop a Woolworths car park in Prahran.

Last month, Woolworths rejected the plan but had a change of heart a few days later.