I’m a bit busy these days since local publications are rushing for the upcoming Lunar New Year plus a couple of exciting editorial assignments expected to be finished in the first quarter of 2016. Otherwise, I just made the very first edit for my experimental project ‘No Mud, No Lotus’ HERE.
At the beginning of December, I got the privilege to join Angkor Photo Festival as a participant of the professional workshop and It was wonderful time making new long-life friends, catching up with old mates and seeing some real good photography of all genres.
During the workshop I made a chilling photo essay on Kompong Phluk, a village of tall stilted houses located within the floodplains of Tonle Sap. During the dry season, many of the villagers move out onto their temporary houses at the lake for fishing leaving their permanent houses soaring their 6-meter stilts exposed by the lack of water. The series takes a look at how how villagers are waiting for the next flooding season.
Thank you very much Suthep Kritsanavarin and Patrick de Noirmont for the instruction and all my friends for the inspirations plus good booze over the week. Cheers to an exciting year ahead to you all!
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