Posts Tagged ‘photography’

He Is Risen (Easter Service at ECB)

Yesterday’s service at our church, the Evangelical Church of Bangkok (ECB) was a celebration of the Resurrection. I had the great opportunity to take some photos at the second service, which started at 10am. We had a full house, as you can see in this photo – Pastor David King got me to take this […]

The discipline of blogging

“Hello World“… errr, I mean, hi, I’m back; that is: back from a 9-month blogging sabbatical. It was less intentional than being not disciplined enough to get a round tuit. Work has definitely picked up and is running me at a full-court press. But I figure I’d better get on with the writing – and […]

International Women’s Day photos

Yesterday (8 March) for International Women’s Day, Ending Inpunity for Violence Against Women, I was asked to take photos during the UNAIDS Executive Director Dr. Peter Piot’s address at UNESCAP. The message is sobering because as real development progress has happened in developing countries, violence against women has not been fully tackled and building a […]

Photoblog is online

My photoblog is finally up and online. Please have a visit and drop some comments. The first set of photos are my post-coup shots. Technorati Tags: photoblog, coup, Bangkok

Bangkok Fashion Week

I’m just about to leave the Bangkok Fashion Week show here in the Queen Sirikit Convention Center. I’m shooting as press (for a UNIFEM photo project I’m doing to boot – of course, I’m shooting some ideas so it’s not a problem that I’m at a fashion show and shooting some scenes for UNIFEM. Anyways, […]