Cambodia

Creating Style In The Absence of Visual Information

I distinctly remember sitting on this bamboo train as it shuttled us at an impressive velocity from point A to point B in Battambang, Cambodia. Aside from the experience of actually riding on this primitive-yet-ingenious mode of transportation, I remember the tinge of frustration as I chimped the images that I was taking of our train operator. The sun was […]

By |Jan 4th, 2013|

The Late Night Movers ‘n Shakers of Phnom Penh

I found that Phnom Penh had such a wonderful clash of architectural styles. The best way I was able to experience it was from a rooftop. Even as we sailed along on the TonlĂ© Sap, it wasn’t hard to notice the juxtaposition as gorgeous, historic wats were placed right next to ultra modern, cubic structures with undulating windows and whose […]

By |Dec 13th, 2012|

The Naga of Wat Ek Phnom

I remember being so thankful to have access to this Wat. The sun was out in full force and I was positively soaked from the heat and from carrying a full complement of gear in my F-Stop Satori EXP bag. I was cooling off in the shade provided by this wat when I noticed this cool pattern of shapes, […]

By |Dec 9th, 2012|

Waiting for that decisive moment

I am ok with waiting. When you predominantly shoot landscapes, you sort of have to be ok with it. Photographing people, though, is a different story. A lot of times, I find myself very impatient, mostly because I tend to get self-conscious about pointing my lens at someone which results in me not taking the time to capture that elusive […]

By |Dec 7th, 2012|

Everyone zigs. You zag

The Story

After a very long day of traveling from Battambang to Siem Reap, you’d think that sleep would be the first item of business. But how can you sleep when you know that a few miles from your hotel lies a complex of jaw-dropping temples that are thousands of […]

By |Nov 27th, 2012|

The Halls of Ta Prohm

The Story

I’ve been going back and forth between working on images from Cambodia and from my recent shoot along the Gorge. Here is a shot that became very familiar to me after shooting in my third or fourth temple. I fell in love with these long, meandering hallways that were […]

By |Nov 27th, 2012|