My contribution to the ‘7 Days in Myanmar‘ project, gathering 30 photographers during one week in Myanmar, is now on my website in full screen size at THIS LINK. You can also follow – and ‘Like’ – ’7 Days in Myanmar’ on Facebook at this link. The book should be published by Editions Didier Millet […]
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A first set of photographs I took in Myanmar is now available on my website at this link. They are a first attempt to try and grasp the complexity of the ethnic diversity in Yangon. Hopefully I will be able to work more on this story in the near future. There are 135 ethnic groups […]
The ongoing story on Kep-by-the-Sea (see here) was updated with a series of recent photographs.
All the photographs about the two days of protests in support of Yorm Bopha and Tim Sakmony, labeled ‘Prisoners of Conscience’ by Amnesty International, near the Phnom Penh Municipal Court were uploaded on my website under the story ‘Warning Trials’ at the following URL (click here). I wish what happened to them doesn’t happen to […]
The ‘Development Landscapes’ set which you can visit here on my website, has a few more recent photographs. ‘Development Landscapes’ brings together pictures from places people were evicted from over the past ten years in Phnom Penh. The story is part of the ‘Quest for Land’ application for the iPad you can purchase (for 8.99$) […]
On this World Aids Day, I gathered a set of photographs related to HIV/AIDS taken over the years in Cambodia and bundled them in a story on my website at this URL.
Enjoy them BIG: the photographs (except this one) of the demonstrations around ASEAN were bundled into one story on my website. See them here…
From the story ‘Abkhazia, a Sidelined Country’… This is the 75th post on my weblog about ‘Dialogues with the Dead’. All the photographs from ‘Dialogues with the Dead’, a series started on my weblog on All Saints Day 2011 are now bundled here, in this new set on my website. In Western culture All Saints […]