Monthly:November 2020

Google Earth Satellite Timelapses Reveal True Scale of Deforestation in Cambodia

Followers of my work this year will know that I have spent a lot of time sharing work from my recent project, Cambodia Burning. This work, supported by the Pulitzer Center, was carried out in February 2020 and highlighted the impacts of rampant deforestation and forest fires on the people and landscapes of the country. The project was featured in both Yale Environment 360 and with National Geographic, with a short film also released with the same title. In recent […]

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Inaccuracies in Phnom Penh Post Article Reporting Criticism of Cambodia Burning Film

I am writing this post in response to the publication of an article, in print and online, in the Phnom Penh Post on 3rd November 2020 titled, Prey Lang documentary wins awards, draws ministry‚Äôs criticism, written by Phnom Penh Post journalist, Khouth Sophak Chakrya. The article contains a number of inaccuracies that I believe need correcting, so that anyone interested in this story and this issues it covers have a true and accurate account of my film and its production. […]

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New Royalty Free Video Footage from Tuvalu Available on Pond5

Video clips from my project Tuvalu – Beneath the Rising Tide are now available for licensing through Pond5. View the collection HERE Taken in early 2019, these unique aerial clips show the fragility of the world’s 4th smallest country. The clips are suitable for editorial and commercial usages and are available in both HD and 4K. They are some of the only available aerial clips of this tint Pacific island nation. More information about Tuvalu – Beneath the Rising Tide: […]

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