Andy Ball is a photojournalist and videographer based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with an interest in environmental stories. His work has been published in multiple international media outlets, including Mongabay, New Naratif and BBC Earth. He has also worked extensively for international NGOs, including Oxfam, Flora and Fauna International, Blue Marine Foundation and Wildlife Alliance. He is also a collaborator at Cinematic Science and a contributor at SOPA Images. He is also an experienced drone and underwater camera operator.
21st November 2019 - Sre Ambel, Cambodia. A ranger stands by the thousands of chainsaws confiscated from illegal loggers that sit in an evidence locker at Sre Ambel ranger station. (Shot for Wildlife Alliance)
5th March 2020 - Kampong Speu, Cambodia. A portrait of one of the ‘Kampong Speu rangers’ who patrol A forest in Cambodia to protect one of the few remaining sub-populations of banteng, the world’s rarest species of wild cattle.(Shot for Wildlife Alliance)
13th October 2020 - Koh Rong, Cambodia. Crab fishers deploy their baskets at night in the Gulf of Thailand, ready to retrieve later that day. (Shot for Fauna and Flora International)
16th January 2020 - Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre, Cambodia. A Wildlife Alliance keeper at Phnom Tamao strokes Lucky the Asian Elephant, one of only a handful of elephants in the world to survive Elephantid betaherpesvirus.
A collaboration between Six Senses Laamu, the University of Cambridge, Manta Trust, IMV Imaging, and Vetsonic led to the world’s first ultrasound images of both pregnant and non-pregnant wild reef manta rays.