2019/12/10 - abandoned prison story featured in Unilad
2019/12/04 - abandoned nightclub gallery in Nine Australia
2019/11/30 - photos featured in 'Portal' Exhibition
Two of my photos will be featured in the SE Center for Photography's 'Portal' exhibition in January 2020! If you happen to be in the Greenville, South Carolina area of the US at that time, drop by and let me know how it looks. These are two of my favorite images so I'm very excited to have them on display in this well-known US gallery.
2019/09/10 - My photo book won 2nd in the 2019 International Photography Awards!
I was stoked to be informed that my Abandonia Thailand book was awarded 2nd place in the documentary photo book category of the 2019 International Photography Awards! The International Photography Awards conducts an annual competition for professional, amateur, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today.
This is excellent news and feels like the hard work put into organizing that book was well worth it. I'm still on the lookout for a publisher, would love to put it into a larger-scale print!
2019/21/08 - un-flooded temple pictures in Atlas Obscura
My series from the un-flooded temple in Lopburi (Wat Nong Bua Yai) was published in Atlas Obscura today. This is the second or third time I've had a story on the Atlas, always glad to share the unusual story.
2019/08/15 - charity exhibition feature
Our Bangkok Photographers Group charity exhibition got a nice mention in PrestigeOnline, which we're very happy about. Prestige is the online lifestyle media of choice for the affluent and influential as well as among high-flying corporate leaders, the country’s most eminent personalities, and Asia’s social elite. We've sold 12 pictures at the time of writing this, but still have another 13 framed prints remaining. The exhibition runs through August 31st at Cajutan on Sukhumvit Soi 18 in Bangkok, come by, have a look & buy a picture for a great cause!
2019/08/13 - the Un-Flooded temple
I paid a visit to this recently re-emerged Buddhist temple in Lopburi province. I had been submerged in a lake for 20 years, but has come back to the surface due to the intense drought in central Thailand. The effects of climate change are all around us, this is but one example.