Friday, November 3, 2017

Asian Geographic









I had a couple nice features published with Asian Geographic this month, one on the Rabari camel keepers in Rajasthan, India, and another on the Surin Elephant Roundup in Thailand.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Thai King's Funeral






A few from the late Thai king's funeral covered for Getty last week in Bangkok. My fave is definitely the last one with fellow photographer Aaron Joel Santos and some local cadets

Phnom Penh for Bloomberg
















Always love shooting in Cambodia's capital city Phnom Penh, its changing so fast too. Heres some I like from a recent shoot focusing on China's influence shaping the capital. 

Monday, October 2, 2017

Asian Geographic







                                     


The new issue of Asian Geographic features an outtake from my edible insect feature on the cover along with a really nice spread inside about the tradition of handmade longevity noodles in Ratchaburi.



Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Panote Sirivadhanabhakdi for Bloomberg



I shot Panote Sirivadhanabhakdi, CEO of TCC Assets, for Bloomberg recently, one of the wealthiest men in Thailand.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Insects In The Backyard for Bloomberg Pursuits









These were from a shoot last week at Insects In The Backyard, a new restaurant in Bangkok featuring insects in a fine dining setting. The full slideshow can be viewed here:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/photo-essays/2017-08-29/this-bangkok-restaurant-is-taking-insects-to-the-next-level

FAO and other international organizations have been advocating the consumption of insects for decades, pointing to their compelling nutritional and environmental benefits. Until recently this has not been sufficient to bring insects onto the plates of mainstream diners. But this is changing. Top level global restaurants such as Noma and Nordic Food Lab have taken the consumption of insects to the highest culinary levels. Recent documentaries, namely Nordic Food Lab’s ‘Bugs’, and Angelina Jolie’s promotion of insects as a sustainable food source have made bugs hip. They are no longer the rural snack your great auntie may have enjoyed. They are now the hero of the dish. And bugs can be beautiful.  


Clemens Schick for History Channel









I was in Siem Reap, Cambodia recently shooting behind the scenes and portraits of German actor Clemens Schick for History Channel. Thanks Getty for the hook up!