Category Archives: Photojournalism

February 02

2016 In Retrospect (PART 2 – Siem Reap and Battambang)

I know it’s getting a bit late for 2016 retrospective posts, but I’ve been busy. Well, not really, but anyway… The second half of my trip let me tick one thing of the bucket list: see Angkor. And I figured if I’m gonna see Angkor, why not REALLY see it? So I contacted the APSARA […]

January 12

2016 in Retrospect (Part 1 – Phnom Penh: Street Art, Sex Workers and Spiders)

I know I’ve been quite inactive online over the last year or so.  It’s been a crazy year! A large chunk of it involved me in hospital learning to walk again after an intense medical incident.  I won’t bore you with the full details, but basically I was hit by an illness called Guillain-Barre Syndrome. […]

July 18

Saving Angkor

A golden sun rises over the ancient splendour of Angkor. Before the trickle of tourists through the gates grows to a torrent, a small team of workers assembles in the warm morning air. Silicone gloves snap on, plastic clips on a plastic tacklebox are unclipped. Out of the box one by one, an eclectic collection […]

TPO, Operation Unchain, mental health, Cambodia, mental illness July 08

Operation Unchain – release for the mentally ill in Cambodia

Battambang – a city in the north-western corner of Cambodia – swelters under an unrelenting sun. The dry season air tastes of dust and there seems to be no escape from the heat. Behind one of the suburban homes, a solitary figure sits on a bare bamboo bed in a shelter that consists of four […]

April 18

Cambodia’s Superhero Rats

As the first rays of the sun reach across the fields outside Siem Reap in the north of Cambodia, a highly trained team prepares for another day of life-saving work. Every day, they apply their intensive training and unique skills to detect landmines that have remained hidden just below the surface of fields and roads […]

December 20

An interview with Adam Ferguson

Adam Ferguson is an independent Australian photographer and QCA graduate (the same school I’m currently doing my masters at) who does a range of work including photojournalism and social documentary for high profile clients including Time Magazine, National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, Human Rights Watch and The Financial Times Magazine. Among his published […]

Adam The Big Issue Photojournalism Wesley Mission charity October 27

Anti-Poverty Week 2015 – “Through Our Eyes” Exhibition, Brisbane

This month, I have the pleasure of having some of my images displayed in Brisbane Square Library as part of Wesley Mission’s “Through Our Eyes” photojournalism exhibition for two months from October 11, launched as part of Anti-poverty Week 2015. I also showed a short multimedia presentation at the opening, which was the result of […]