Not sure what to buy your mates for Christmas? Now you know. This collection of photographs of exceptional Australian mullets showcases this persistently present hairstyle in all its splendour. For fans of WHAT A CROC! and The Betoota Advocate.
Who doesn't love a mullet? (The hairstyle, not the fish.) All right, not everyone does - but we all like to have an opinion about mullets. The mullet can be found throughout Australia, in cities, towns and out bush, on men, women and children. Mullet is a collection of photographs that celebrate the glory that is the mullet.
Isabella Moore attended the 2018 Mulletfest in the NSW country town of Kurri Kurri and photographed a range of spectacular mullets, including category winners for 'Feral Mullet' and 'Ranga Mullet'. The resulting book, Mullet, contains fine examples of mullets as seen on Australians old and young.
Isabella Moore is an Australian documentary photographer born and based in Sydney. Her work focuses primarily on contemporary issues and culture and has been published in The Guardian, The New York Times and VICE among others. She has independently researched and captured stories in Russia, Brazil, Peru, France and Sweden. Her first book, Mullet, features the portrait of a Junior Mullet Category Contestant that was a finalist in the prestigious photographic Moran Prize in 2018. You can follow her work on Instagram @isabellamelody