My father passed away Feb 17, 1992, when I was in my final semester at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
As a newspaper photographer, I took my fair share of pictures of people in grief.
My photojournalism class just ended and I have decided to write a ‘checklist’ for the students, to let them decide whether or not they have learned anything useful.
[KOTA BARU, KELANTAN] Up north in Peninsular Malaysia and bordering southern Thailand, Kelantan is the last Malaysia state where the Islamic Party of Malaysia still rules, albeit by a small majority.
This is a modern-day Cinderella story about the thousands of Filipino women working as domestic workers in Singapore homes.
In mid-2000s, I volunteered as a photographer for a Singapore NGO, where I was able to use my storytelling skills to raise awareness and money for rural communities in Asia.
Depending on whom you asked, the reconstruction progress in tsunami-ravaged Meulaboh is either very swift or very slow.
On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 undersea megathrust earthquake devastated homes and lives in the Tohoku region.