June 5th, 2016 — 8:24am
Currently showing at Maison de la Culture in Vientiane, Laos.   In early 2016, Tessa Bunney and I decided to work on a joint project and in March simultaneously travelled to Myanmar and Thailand to photograph the Buddhist ordination ceremonies to see the similarities and differences across borders. The result of our travels is Novice

The Golden Bowl

February 12th, 2016 — 3:10am
If you are flying Thai Airways this month, take a look at my article in Sawasdee magazine about Ang Thong province, just north of Bangkok. I also have the cover shot. The image was taken at Wat Muang, home to Phra Buddha Maha Nawamin, the largest Buddha statue in the country and the ninth tallest

Bangkok Butcher

July 3rd, 2015 — 3:59am
In Bangkok, freshly killed beasts arrive in the markets at around 3 a.m. It’s common for groups of vendors to club together and hire jobbing butchers who prepare the carcass for them. I recently went to a market in the early hours to watch a butcher prepare a whole cow in less than an hour.

Smoke – An Essential Ingredient

May 11th, 2015 — 7:35am
After the ubiquitous chillie, the most important ingredient in Lao cuisine is smoke. Combine the two and the result is culinary alchemy, infusing dishes with spice and deep charred flavours. Grilling over charcoal is an essential technique and is commonly used when preparing shallots, garlic, tomatoes, mushrooms, galangal, and lemongrass before adding them to jaew

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2015

May 7th, 2015 — 2:41am
Last night, the finalist exhibition of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2015 was held at The Mall Galleries in London. Unfortunately I couldn’t attend this year’s prestigious event but I am pleased to say that I was awarded third prize in the Politics of Food category. The prize-winning image above was taken

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