Sam Edmonds (b. 1988, Newcastle, Australia) is a writer and photographer based in Sydney. Since 2013, he has been working on long-term projects and photo essays exploring the fringes of humanity and urban ecology. Through photographs, he seeks to interrogate the tenuous relationship between ethics and biology and to visually elaborate on the human species' ecological self awareness.

His clients include Australian Geographic, The Weekend Australian, Four & Sons Magazine, Australian Photography Magazine and his works have appeared in (among others) The National Observer, The Guardian, The Huffington Post and Canadian Geographic.

Sam is the founder and editor in chief of the Australian Photographers Journal.


Available for editorial and commercial commissions worldwide.