We're taking a trip down memory lane and revisiting our childhood selves. Throughout 2016, Australia Plus asked: as a child, what did you dream of doing?
Vanessa Hill is the producer and host of BrainCraft; a popular science web series on YouTube that explores the inner workings of our minds by explaining psychology, neuroscience and behaviour.
Ading Attamimi is a self-taught professional travel photographer who divides his time between Melbourne and Jakarta.
Timothy Fung and Jonathan Lui are the co-founders of Airtasker, a successful Australian start-up which connects people who need to outsource tasks with skilled people who can help them — from assembling flat-pack furniture to assisting with marriage proposals.
Tara Winkler is the co-founder and managing director of the Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) and is an advocate for ending the care of children in institutions.
Vo Trong Nghia is a Hanoi-based architect who's passionate about incorporating nature back into architecture and bringing more greenery into dense cities. He exhibited in Australia for the first time in 2016.
Benjamin Law is an author, screenwriter and journalist. His memoir The Family Law was adapted for television.
Susan Carland is a sociologist in Monash University's National Centre for Australian Studies. She completed her PhD, Fighting Hislam, on Muslim women fighting sexism.
James Arvanitakis is a sociologist at Western Sydney University's Institute for Culture and Society. He was awarded the Prime Minister’s University Teacher of the Year award in 2012.