My film ‘Cambodia Burning’ will be screened in an exhibition to be held at the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The exhibition runs from 10 June – 30 September 2021. “Jointly organized by the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, […]
I’m very pleased to share the news that Cambodia Burning has won the ‘Moving Image’ category in the British Journal of Photography’s ‘Decade of Change’ Awards. “Around the world, governments are repeatedly failing to act on climate change. But photography can serve as a mirror. A warning sound. A vehicle for truth. From 1854 and […]
I was pleased to sit down (virtually) with Voice of America – VOA to discuss the making of and impact of my film, Cambodia Burning, after its recent screening at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital in Washington DC. It’s very encouraging to see the continued enthusiasm and interest in the film, all […]
I am flattered to be included on this list published by Expert Photography. The list contains many other photographers whose work I deeply admire and respect. Thank you to Expert Photography for the mention.
Video clips from last week’s sandstorm in China are now available through my video archive on Pond5. The clips are available in 4K and HD and are suitable for editorial films, documentaries and online videos that are focused on the climate crisis and/or environmental issues. You can also find video clips from my other projects […]
I’ll be joining the virtual D.C. Environmental Film Festival (DCEFF) on Saturday, March 20, at 7pm EDT for a discussion and Q&A about my film, Cambodia Burning, which is part of the official selection for the festival. A number of Pulitzer Center short docs will be screened and then there will be a Q&A with […]