Over the past two months I have documented the social and humanitarian issues around Thailand with stories covering the flooding of Bangkok, indigenous hill tribe culture, sex worker rights, refugee camps along the Thai/Myanmar border and Burmese land mine victims. I hope you enjoyed viewing them as much as I enjoyed bringing them to you! I would like to make a special thank you for everyone who has helped me along my way either through financial contributions or words of loving encouragement. I would also like to shout out to Jennie Roberson who has courageously volunteered many times to be an editor for my articles; taking away the shame of how terrible my spelling actually is!
I have now entered India and plan to bring passionate photographs to many of the issues surrounding the subcontinent. Future projects will include the lives of Tibetan refugees in exile, woman's liberation movements, child welfare, and societal poverty. As an independent photojournalist my work is funded through the support of others. If you are interested in supporting me but cannot do so through financial means you can still be of great assistance by sharing my work and webpage with all of your friends, family, co-workers, and associates. For those who have donated to me in the past, I am truly humbled and would greatly appreciate your continued support. For those of you who are interested in donating and helping me continue my work, you may do so through the donation button in the top right margin. No donation is too small and I cannot do the work that I do without you.
Stay tuned for future projects and help support independent humanitarian photojournalism!
Cheers & happy holidays,
Man offering a fire blessing, Haridwar.