Back to Cambodia

Cambodia was a whirlwind tour of photography for me but an incredible charming country that left a lasting impression. I am considering returning later this year to capture more portraits … Read More

Shadows of Angkor Wat

Is it alright to just post an image today and no story? I have no energy for creative storytelling presently so bear with me. In between coughing I am picking … Read More

Travel portraits – candid or posed?

Different school of thoughts on travel photography and portraits exists. Some feel that a portrait or street scene must be captured candidly and offer natural expressions. Others prefer a more … Read More

Meditation – Dhyāna

I am struggling to teach myself meditation but I practice every day as I want to learn. When I close my eyes and concentrate on breathing (I am using a … Read More

Looking at the world

Buddhism is in some ways fascinating; even to an atheist. It is more a belief system than a religion and the idea of karma is something that I try and … Read More

Cambodia gallery launched

It is with great pleasure and pride I present to you the first 21 images from my trip to Cambodia. I have worked hard on these images capturing them in … 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

Breathe

Buddhist monks Thun and Purt meditating in Angkor Wat, Cambodia: I shall be doing this too for a little while; recharging. You will not see me much online save for … 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