I am a multimedia journalist based in Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma). My videos are shot on a Panasonic AG-HVX 200 E which provides full broadcast quality material or with a Sony Alpha 7 II. I use this camera as well for photography. I can fully edit my stories and I usually use Final Cut Pro to edit. Based in Myanmar, I am available for commission in South East Asia or worldwide.
In Burma, the stateless Rohingya minority, estimated at 1.3 million people, is systematically discriminated against by both the authorities and extremist Buddhist monks. Stripped of their Burmese nationality, the Rohingya have no access to schools, hospitals or the labour market. Many members of this Muslim minority are even herded into camps and rely on humanitarian aid to survive. Thousands of them regularly try to emigrate to Thailand, Malaysia or Indonesia, in the hope of a better life. But their journeys on makeshift boats often end in tragedy. collaboration to this project (shooting in Burma)
This report is an in-depth look at one of Burma's many ethnic guerillas. The Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) was one of the armed groups not invited to the 21st Century Panglong Peace conference held In August/September 2016. After 2015's nationwide ceasefire agreement, the talks are seen as a significant step towards resolving decades-old conflicts. But animosity and long running grudges remain strong. Shooting
Voting classes held in Mon State, Myanmar, Sept 2015 For the first time in 50 years, a free and fair election was held in Myanmar. But for the population who had never voted or whose vote has never been taken into account in the past, it is time to understand what it means and to be part of the electoral process. Shooting/Mounting/Voicing/Editing