Tel: Australia (+61) 0490364418
Formative days: 1998, Kachin State, Northern Burma, when photos were still shot with film and I kept my writing notebook and pen in my top pocket.
First film contract on the Thai-Myanmar border, Mae La refugee camp for Handicap International. The little tacker followed me for a day and ended up doing some filming, much to her delight.
The full entourage, Mae La Refugee Camp 2007.
Secondary School: Scotch College Melbourne 1981-86
Tertiary: University of Melbourne, Faculty of Law, 1987-1993
Theatre: American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, 1994
Working with the Thai-Children's Trust. A
Officially an unofficial member of the Thai-Press Corps, or vice versa.
Working on a photography gig, Mae La Ra Muang Refugee Camp, Thai-Myanmar border.
IRC and World Education responsible for producing a public media face through photography, writing, and video to the 5 year, IRC SHIELD health, education and capacity building program.
Welcome to Burma and Enjoy the Totalitarian Experience (Orchid Press, 2001)
Under attack, concurrently, by Pa Kyaw Her, who will later become world #8 boxer in his weight division, and my then 3 year old daughter, Krys. I lose ...
Speaking at Thamasart University, Bangkok, on
Burmese refugee and migrant rights.
Love Burma, Love Freedom, 45 Downstairs Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
A Multicultural Arts Victoria Exhibition co-funded by the Melbourne City Council
I would like to think of myself as something 'coolish' like a 'Gonzo Humanitarian'. My 10 year old daughter, Hannah, however, says that I am a bit of a 'dimp'. Hmmm ... reality bites. I lost my hat on the job and those sunnies have sadly had it ... a very sad state of sartorial affairs.