This is a photo documentary telling the story about life in rural Cambodia. It’s quite different from much of my travel photography and street photography which generally features city life.
I've visited some wonderful countries for travel photography in recent years. I feature my work as an international travel photographer in these galleries. There's a written narrative provided with each gallery too.
International Travel Photographer
For international travel, as a photographer I especially like to visit countries where the culture and way of life is far removed from our western lifestyle here in the UK.
Recent trips include Vietnam, Cambodia, Egypt and India.
These are fantastic destinations for photographers like me who enjoy photographing the local people as well as the tourist attractions.These are fantastic destinations for photographers like me who enjoy photographing the local people as well as the tourist attractions.
Street Travel Documentary
I'm especially interested in the local people when travelling and a lot of my work is street documentary oriented. It's the reportage photographer within me coming to the fore.
That's because different cultures fascinate me. I enjoy telling the story of everyday life in different parts of the world through my images.
It's a different style to my street photography in the UK, which is more dynamic than documentary oriented.
Alternatively, you can see more of my photography here, featuring a wider range of photographic genres and locations.
I spent 5 days in Varanasi way back in 2011 and my earliest street photography documentary work was here in India. Telling the story of everyday life in this amazing city.
Whilst I was in Egypt I had to visit Old Cairo and the Citadel, perhaps the most fascinating part of this ancient city. In fact, I’d say that Old Cairo is a must see if you’re in town.
Whilst I was in Cairo I had to visit Khan el-Khalili, the oldest Souq and Bazaar in Egypt. If you get the chance I’d strongly recommend that you pay a visit there too.
For many people, doing a tour of Egypt starts in Cairo, a bustling city of some 20 million people on the banks of the River Nile.
Greetings from Hanoi, or Good Morning Vietnam as Robin Williams would yell (bless him). For street photography and documentary Hanoi is an absolute paradise!