Frank Hurley was once a household name in Australia. Now most famous for his photographs of the Shackleton Endurance and Mawson Antarctic expeditions, he was also a visual chronicler of many of the major events of the twentieth century and of a rapidly disappearing non-Western world. He was an official photographer in two world wars, a pioneering documentary-maker, participant in early feats of aviation, and cinematographer on major Australian feature films of the 1930s. Naviagte the timeline of Frank Hurley and journey into one of the most influential and diverse Australian characters to ever grace our shores.
- Title: Frank Hurley: A Photographers Life
- Author: Alasdair McGregor
- Publisher: Penguin Australia
- Genre: Biography, exploration
- No. of pages: 460
- Black and white