Point of No Return

Life as a Refugee in Southern Rakhine's IDP Camps. A photographic project that addresses the systematic persecution of the Rohingya minority, perpetuated by the militarized, predominantly Buddhist, Rakhine government.
A man holding a photo of Ny Sokha

I am the FIVE

A collection of 365 portraits to mark the one year in jail of 5 human rights activists in Cambodia recently nominated as finalists for the "Human Rights Nobel Prize"
cuban bus

Cuba

Besides the desire to just share what I witness I want to create from what I experience. Shooting on film made me strip down to the 4 most basic elements: composition, light, color and motion.
Girls are playing with stones

Mountainland: Vietnamese Photographs - North Northwest

„Mountainland“ surveys the lives and societies of the Southeast Asian Massif, a region that sprawls across Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, China, India and Bangladesh.

Aftertaste

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An exploration on the aftermath and healing of sexual assault through self-portraits. I was sexually assaulted over two years ago, and it is something that I am still healing from today. One in four women will experience some form of sexual assault in their lifetime, and I thought it was important to show what that looked like...

El Gimnasio Hermanos Manchego

Nelson "La Maldad" Manchego runs a free-of-charge boxing gym in an abandoned building on San Andrés that was originally a squat for drug-addicts. Nelson trains local kids from the island with the ambition for them to become professionals in the sport, while also keeping them out of trouble.

Devotees of Rakher Upobash

Thousands of Hindu devotees sits with Prodip and prays to God in front of Shri Shri Lokanath Brahmachar Ashram temple during the Rakher Upobash at Dhaka, Bangladesh. Lokenath Brahmachari who is called Baba Lokenath was an 18th Century Hindu saint and philosopher in Bengal.

Varanasi's Brick Kiln Workers

... It was a heartbreaking revelation that most of the brick kiln workers died at an early age due to lung disease as an occupational hazard. Ironically, those bricks that will be used to build someone else homes, are made by people who remained homeless, themselves.....