Floating Village of Kompong Chnnang

Every year the village of Kompong Chnnang in Cambodia is flooded by the monsoon. While you will find many houses along the river on stilts to attempt to escape the … Read More

Polaroids from Cambodia

I like this candid shot of a monk listening to tunes at the Vispasana Centre in Cambodia. The modern monk robe features a small breast pocket for mobile phones, pens … Read More

Vispasana Centre in Cambodia

Previously featured in my post Golden Temple, the Vispasana Centre is quite the stunning sight. With my guide Nathan Horton we spent some time here capturing the monks and nuns … Read More

Guardian of Ta Keo

I have written at lengths about our two monk friends Thun and Purt and how they excelled at modeling for me and Nathan Horton in Cambodia. I have such a … Read More

Purt the great of Angkor

One of our two monk friends and models, Purt, was an inspiring, intelligent man with a great smile and quick wit. He learned English from working as a seller of … Read More

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat. A symbol of Cambodia, the world’s largest religious building and a pinnacle in the temple complex of Angkor. Close to 1 million people used to live in Ankor … Read More

Khmer landscapes of the face

“I like your landscapes but you know, the most interesting landscape of all is the human face”. A friend of mine, a Danish writer, told me this a few years … Read More

Notes from Cambodia

The smell is overwhelming, causing flashbacks to Thailand and nearly stunning me. Unique to Asian towns this smell is hard to describe and must be experienced. A mixture of meat, … Read More