Curiosity

During a village visit with Nathan Horton, I had just asked this boy in what little khmer language I had learned if I could take his photo. He shook his … 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

Hanging out in the village

This image is one I hold especially dear from my work in Papua New Guinea, and I am thrilled to learn others like it so I wish to share the … Read More

Papua New Guinea gallery is online

I am proud and thrilled to present the first selection of images from my November 2010 trip to Papua New Guinea, onboard the best ship in the world, The True … Read More

Creative learning in the virtual darkroom

I sometimes imagine how my digital lightroom would look were it an actual darkroom. Hundreds of rolls of undeveloped raw ‘files’ would be everywhere and all over the floor. Music … Read More

Children of Laos

Over a series of nights for the past couple of weeks I used video editing as a fun stress relief project. Teaching myself the very basics of cutting a movie, … Read More

Travel Photography

In the words of Monty Python ‘and now for something completely different’ – Travel Photography and Ethno Photography. Bicycle Man, Pangkalan Bun, Borneo © Flemming Bo Jensen Photography While I … Read More