Thanks to Manfrotto’s brand manager Simone Grisenti and Manfrotto Thailand I got the chance to preview their new 190 tripod series. All considered it seems a well thought and designed product and I like that you are able to choose between a 3 section version for extra rigidity and a […]
A protester records on her phone the anti-government demonstration at the Democracy monument in Bangkok. Thousands gathered in a bid to oust the current government.
Thai Airways International published online the story I shot for the current November issue of their in-flight magazine. More commercial images in this gallery.
At the end of July I spent a few weeks in Northern Loas to photograph the 2014 catalogue for Rustic Pathways, a US company offering worldwide travel and service programs. In Luang Prabang, Na Som, Nong Kiaw and other rural parts of Laos, I was lucky to see and do […]
Recently I photographed the 2nd National Debate Tournament in Myanmar for OSF/IDEA, an international NGO which aim is to promote democracy and discussion among disadvantaged youth. Here is a selection of images from the tournament. I don’t want to pass any judgment on the political/economic change in Myanmar and on […]
The full set of pictures from Kelly and Fabiene’s wedding will be online in the coming weeks. Here’s just a picture I took while the bride was getting here hair and make up done at Chalachol in Bangkok. It’s the first time I used my Fuji X-Pro1 to shoot a […]
Kelly and Fabiene came to the Watermark for some pre-wedding photos. I’m sure it will be a great party on April 13th!
Many would argue that the former Lao royal capital of Luang Prabang has somehow followed the fate of other UNESCO towns in Southeast Asia, acquiring over the last decade a Disneylandesque atmosphere. I recently spent a week there leading a photography tour and workshop and there is certainly some true […]