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Published in Pology!

March 20, 2008 1 Comment »

Just a quick post to let you all know that I received some good news the other day. The editor of Pology online magazine contacted me to let me know that they had accepted my Laos photos for their March issue! www.pology.com I have been a fan of Pology since before I left on my […]

Whiskey and Babies – Luang Prabang, Laos

October 5, 2007 2 Comments »

Click here to see the photo documentary on Whiskey and Babies! Yes, this may be an unlikely combination, however, when you enter a rural village in Laos, you never really know what you are going to encounter. I went in search of whiskey, and found a 5 day old baby. We had heard that outside […]

Processional for Food…Giving Alms

October 4, 2007 2 Comments »

Click here to see the photo documentary on Giving Alms! Every morning in Buddhist communities it happens like clockwork – giving alms. Giving alms is the process of monks going out to get food from people that want to make a ‘good deed’. People fill monk’s bowls with rice, drinks, oreos, biscuits – anything that […]

The Fast and the Furious – Boat Racing on the Mekong

October 4, 2007 1 Comment »

Click here to see the photo documentary on the Fast and Furious! I arrived at the village of Tha Phra as the sun was going down. It was a normal Tuesday night for the men and boys of Tha Phra, they showed up on their motor bikes after a long day, they chatted amongst themselves, […]

Planes, Trains, and a Broken Down Automobile…

October 4, 2007 No Comments »

For the ‘best of’ Laos Photography – click here! Note: The various photo documentaries will be in separate posts, so stay tuned on the site. The pictures you see in this post – well, these are the ones that didn’t make the ‘cut’…but I like them anyway! I left Singapore on a photographic journey to […]

May I please take your photo?

September 27, 2007 4 Comments »

I’ve had an ill feeling that has plagued me for the last year. I first remember it coming on in New Zealand. Then it hit me stronger in Vietnam. I was feverish about it in India. It is the feeling of being in some type of moving vehicle, traveling through a country, and seeing about […]