The wailing voice rose to a high pitch then dropped into a low groan. I located the entrance to the building from which the sound was emanating.
Crash, bang. The cymbal and bells in the hands of a hooded man set up a syncopated rhythm to accompany... Read More | Share it now!
The Sea Gypsies are dying. On the island of Koh Lao they are dying at the rate of one a week, mainly from childbirth and starvation. According to Father Joe Maier of the Mercy Centre, “They don’t even recognize basic foods such as bananas.... Read More | Share it now!
Revolutions come in many forms. They all have their own shape and style.
The anti-government protest happening in Thailand at the moment is one of the more colourful revolutions I’ve been too. In Iran it was mostly black cloaks, turbans,... Read More | Share it now!
I always try and get to a location early so I can check out the place, light and environment.
For the last few days I have working on a project in Khlong Toey, an area in Bangkok which is recognised as a slum district. I had been photographing... Read More | Share it now!
Bangkok is waiting; waiting for something to happen. Will there be a clash between government supporters and opposition supporters? Will the army take over – today, tomorrow, this weekend, or will they wait until the scheduled demonstration on... Read More | Share it now!