When the Khmer Rouge regime swept through Cambodia in the 1970’s, nearly a quarter of its population was extinguished from torture, mass executions, malnutrition and disease. It’s estimated that between one and three million lives were lost. After flying into Cambodia last month to photograph and...

  February 20th, 2016 Mae Sai, Thailand new the Burma border I loved celebrating my daughter Christina's love of all things coffee from the village of Pha Mi in Mae Sai, Thailand. Who would have dreamed that on my way to tell orphan stories, I would find some...

Thursday February the 18th, in Phami Village, near Mae Sai, Thailand High up in the mountains, just shy of the Burma/Myanmar border, is the home of the Akha Tribe, a beautiful people with hearts that are rich and full. Here time stands still as people commune and...

February 18th, 2016 in Thailand near the border of Burma Wednesday night arrival into Phami Village, near Mae Sai, Thailand. After a bus ride to what seamed like nowhere, I arrive to this. I was greeted by the village barista who made me a V60 pour...

February 18th, 2016 Chiang Rai, Thailand Photographing Narrow Gate Goat Farm & Dairy for my friend Harry Brittan was a beautiful experience, providing a much needed respite from the fast pace of travel the last 10 days in Thailand. Narrow Gate is a goat farm and dairy with...

The journey to Thailand and Cambodia from which I just returned left me more physically exhausted yet spiritually renewed than any other trip I have taken. This morning when I awoke after the first full nights sleep in fourteen days, the reason for spiritual renewal...