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  • "Minotaur" is a collection of photographs that was used for the Limited Edition box set of all of the studio albums by Pixies,released on November 24, 2009 and called Minotaur and designed by Vaughan Oliver.

  • “Railroads” is a collection of photographs that explore the concept of rolling stock shot in the United Kingdom and South East Asia.

  • “Last Days of May” explores the visual relationships between abandoned dwellings, light industrial sites and inner city structures (including an abandoned and half-built theme park) in the edgelands environment surrounding the city of Chungju, located in…

  • "Bangkok Edge" represents a series of photographs that glimpse the edgelands and non-places hidden within the sub-soi's districts of Bangkok's pulsing metropolis.

  • A selection of hand-made silver gelatin limited edition prints for sale, each with its own certificate of authenticity

  • "In the Meantime" represents a series of photographs that explore the temporary nature of clandestine relationships and coupling.

  • A small collection of contact sheets and outtakes from the various Pixies' shoots between 1987 and 1991.

  • “Specere” brings together a series of photographs from Europe in 1989 to South East Asia in the present day.

  • "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand.

  • Luxuria, a body of work that continues to explore the nocturnal world of the neon-lit pursuit of pleasure that can never really be realised.

  • Coelacanth is a series that explores the complex nature of the traditional Isan (North East Thailand) way of life, encompassing ancient belief systems, superstitions and rituals that occur within daily life.

  • After Dark (inspired by the novels of Haruki Murakami) is a body of work that explores activities of Unfulfilled Pursuit.

  • Odysseys is a body of work that traverses Europe, Australia, Northern India, South East Asia and South Korea.

  • The Kok Tamol Sanctuary is located on the outskirts of Siem Reap. Koktamol is a sanctuary for elderly Khmers, mainly women, who come here to live, pray and meditate.

  • The Cambodia Trust works with disadvantaged disabled people to enable them to participate as equals in education, employment and community life. training and advocacy.

 

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