One Hundred and One Years of Fun is a series that captures the people and life of Luna Park in St. Kilda, Melbourne. This body of work is inspired by the distinct and anachronistic American style of Luna Park. The park, which is now 102 years old, has a strange blend of heritage-listed attractions and modern thrill rides, including one of the oldest wooden railway rollercoasters that is still in operation. As a photographer, I am drawn to aesthetically tacky and cheap environments in which I can capture the humorous aspects within these spaces. Using Luna Park as my setting, the images focus mainly on the details and how people move and interact with this unique space.