A few months ago I was contacted by the Melbourne Open House committee and asked if I'd like to help out with the photography for this years event. For those that don't know, MOH is the day where some of the more interesting buildings of Melbourne throw open their doors and let the public in. Some of the buildings have some spectacular rooftop views, always a fav of mine. As part of this gig it gave me some amazing access to parts of the buildings, and naturally no crowds or security with a huge OHS form saying I couldn't use a tripod here. Unfortunately my day job sent me over to the UK for 3 months right in the middle of it all, which rushed some of the stuff towards the end and meant a lot of late nights touching the shots up, but job security in this market isn't something you pass up, so I had to do what I could. These shots are part of the 'rejects' from the folio I delivered - ie the ones that didn't make the final brochure or the website. The published shots are available at their site. The event is open the public again on Sunday July 19th, If your heading down then I strongly recommend that you get there early based on last year's mammoth queues! For more information on this event, please see the website: http://melbourneopenhouse.org/ 1 - Russell Place Substation - easily my fav location that i was able to get access to. 2 - Russell Place Substation 3 - Russell Place Substation 4 - Russell Place Substation 5 - Russell Place Substation 6 - Council House 2 7 - CH2 8 - 161 collins click for bigger, cheers for looking!