Workers in Phnom Penh

Written by on October 25, 2012 in Blog, Photography with 4 Comments

I’ve been shooting video around Phnom Penh the past two days for a project. I’ve hardly touched my camera for months, or that’s how it feels. No regrets about that, because I needed time for other things. I was there to shoot video, but it reminded me of my long held desire to spend time meeting and photographing workers in this city.  I think their stories are far more interesting than, well, pictures of Lindsey Lohan, although someone would probably pay me for pictures of Lindsey Lohan.

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About the Author: I live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where I work with young adults transitioning from growing up in an orphanage to living independently. I also facilitate immersion learning programs for Japanese. I'm a photographer and video maker when time and opportunity permit. .

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  1. Phnom Penh skyline old and new | Photosensibility.com | November 9, 2012
  1. Bill VanNattan says:

    I’m glad you picked the camera back up !!
    1. “Cambodia Beer” Welcome to the West!!
    2. I see concrete and reinforcing rod everywhere– no bamboo. Welcome to the West!!
    3. The high-rise buildings only go 4-5 stories. Why is that??

    The pictures tell so much more than words do. I think that history is best told in pictures than interpreting words.

    good job!! Bill

  2. Andy says:

    Thanks for your comment. I will try and post a skyline photo to show the high rises in process. Yes, the photos can tell the story. Now that you mention it, I do like the overall effect of the last one even more.

  3. Will says:

    Really nice series here, a great document.

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