Cambodian opposition party leader, Sam Rainsy returned to his country just a week ahead of the July 28 general elections after 4 years of self-imposed exile. A royal pardon granted him immunity from defamation charges drawn up against him in 2010.
It was a great honour to be invited as the keynote speaker at the Canon Cambodia Photography Club (CCPC) gathering in Phnom Penh this March. There was a full house for my lecture Photography as a Tool of Influence.
Professional photographer Anne Holmes of France was presented with the 6th Annual Photography Masters Cup Nominee title in the category of Americana at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow.
It’s a great pleasure to announce that my work Kenya COOP will be shown at the 8th edition of the Angkor Photo Festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia from December 1 to 8, 2012. This is the second time my work is selected for the projections.
It’s official! I’m heading back to Cambodia to lead this year’s Canon-sponsored workshop during the 8th edition of Angkor Photo Festival. This will be my second year teaching there, and I am really excited to meet my new students.
I’m thrilled to announce that my photo makes the cover of Room to Read’s Annual report, and John Wood’s second book “Creating Room to Read.” I have been covering their projects in Asia for the last two years.
I am pleased to announce that my personal body of work Color Me Night will be shown at casa das Artes in Tavira, Portugal from August 25 to September 8 for the group exhibition titled [E]strange[d] Interior[ized] Landscape.
On March 29 I was invited to give a speech at a high school in France just outside the city of Besançon, where I reside. It was press week and I was given carte blanche to address the subject of war photography. Well, never a war without propaganda.
In November 2011 I had the great privilege to lead the new Angkor Photo Festival workshop sponsored by Canon. I spent two days with a group of emerging photographers who were selected for the workshop by Canon’s representatives in Phnom Penh.
Kibera, Kenya’s largest shantytown, is at the fault line of the youth employment crisis sweeping the world. Three years ago, youths were tearing up the railroad tracks that run through the informal settlement during post-election violence.
A collection of images from co-operatives in Kenya who received grants of about $50,000 each. Limuru Dairy Farmers Co-operative Society in Kiambu district used the grant to launch its own animal feed processing plant…
Saturday May 21 I will be leading a basic editing tools workshop for beginners at Le Café des Pratiques in Besançon, France. Details are available on their Facebook page.