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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

Cham woman in Black and White

As a follow up to Khmer Boy in Black and White I will present a different style black and white image. It is a Cham woman, the Cham’s being an … Read More

Khmer boy in Black and White

For the past half year I have been spending my time in places with an abundance of sunshine and colour, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia and Australia. My images have therefore … Read More

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

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