Charles J. Page is a Brisbane based documentary photographer who has traveled the streets of Cuba, Europe, Asia, America and Australia taking photos. He has worked on different personal projects ranging from an asylum in South Korea to exploration in Antarctica and more close to home inmates at Bogo Road Jail, Brisbane plus many more. As well as personal projects, Page has done numerous commissioned assignments including, New Parliament House Canberra, Alice Springs railway, coal industry research labs and more. Page was educated at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, receiving a diploma of illustrative Photography and a bachelor of arts (photography). In 1983 he obtained a diploma of teaching and in 2004 he finished his PhD at Griffith University. He is currently a senior lecturer at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane.