During my most recent sojourn to Myanmar, I thought about what it means to be an ethical traveller. As a person who strives to live a responsible life – both environmentally and socially, is it possible to continue this as a tourist? While on holiday, these aspirations don’t disappear for me, but the challenges are sometimes different and the boundaries between ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ become blurred. … More What Is An Ethical Traveller?
With eight months of rain a year, Ranong has fortuitous growing conditions. I decided to try and photograph some of these ‘gardens’ to demonstrate the ways people actively try to incorporate nature into urban living. … More Gardens of Ranong: A Photographic Exploration
The Asian monsoon season presents inconveniences, challenges and major disruptions. Our climate is changing. How might future events such as flooding affect you and your community? … More Eight Months of Rain
The rainy season has arrived in Ranong and with it, many creatures who seem to have invaded my life. The changing seasons remind us of natures presence in our lives, its power and vulnerability. … More Things the Rainy Season Brings
After my recent trip to Southern Myanmar, I discuss the ethics of travelling to country with current conflict. … More Is it Ethical to Travel to Myanmar?