An Enchanting Night of Dance & Music

Getting an invite to shoot a dance performance rehearsal is like getting a backstage pass to a concert. Not only is it a privilege to see how the show is put together, in some respects the performances are often just as intense and thought provoking as the actual show.

Flashback Kathmandu

One year ago, I was part of a team sent in to Nepal to document and lend assistance with Search & Rescue operations after a deadly quake struck Kathmandu on April 25, 2015. My account of that trip and my experiences are documented on my blog post entitled, Mission Nepal.

Fish Out of Water

The local market is a place often overlooked by people on vacation busy checking off other “must see” sights on their itineraries. Not surprising, who wants to visit a grimy old dilapidated wet market when you’re on holiday? From a photographic point of view however, it’s actually one of the best places to capture some exotic images of…

The Colours of Spring

Dalat is one of those cities on the tourist trail that visitors often flock to Vietnam for it’s rich colonial history and cool weather. Much has been written about this lovely getaway city which is located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbian Plateau in the southern part of the Central Highlands region. It’s renowned for it’s temperate climate…

Pigeons in the Park

On my last night in Phnom Penh, I didn’t sleep. Recovering from the 12+ hour bus ride from Can Tho in Vietnam to Phnom Penh, I slept in most of the day I arrived back in Cambodia.

36 Hours in Saigon

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as I prefer to call it, is the largest, busiest and most dynamic city in Vietnam and the former capital of the Republic of Vietnam. It’s history is steeped in conflict and following the fall of Saigon in 1975, an event that marked the end of the Vietnam War and the start of…