The thatched hut of an ethnic minority farmer clings to the hillside of a cassava farm. This is Northeast Cambodia as it is today: the wild allure of virgin forrest replaced by a beauty more uniform, more cultivated, more agrarian.
The easiest way to get across the river. 50 cents gets you and your motorcycle across. Just hope that no-one freaks out and causes the boat to capsize… that happens too. Ratanakiri, Cambodia. Please feel free to share my images—they are meant to be seen! Use them for your non-profit, on your blog, for fun […]
I love the April sky in Cambodia; it’s always full of gorgeous puffy white clouds. Beautiful. Every Highlander has two houses, one in the village and one at the farm. The farm one is usually a little more than a lean-to, like this one above. During busy planting or harvesting times everyone lives out at […]
So I put together a demo reel the other day, made up of some work from the first half of this year. It’s nearly all just video shot in Ratanakiri and Northeast Cambodia for my current job. Nearly all the shots feature Brao people, an ethnic minority group who live along the Sesan River . […]
She had the most striking eyes; she’s one of the few Asians I’ve ever seen with this shade. I’ve seen other Tampuans with striking eyes, but normally for how intense and dark they are. She almost reminds me of Sharbat Gula, the green-eyed Afghan girl of National Geographic fame. Please feel free to share my […]
Crossing the Sesan River, early in the morning, in Northeast Cambodia. On one side of the river, there’s a phone number scrawled on a piece of plastic affixed to a tree; if you need to cross, you call the number, and hope that the ferry operator isn’t too busy to come. Thankfully he came within […]