The visual journalism panel I moderated at the Cooler Lumpur Festival was reported on by The Malay Mail.
My latest documentary film WE ARE ANIMALS will be screening at the 2018 Cooler Lumpur Festival this Friday!
I was more than happy when Canon wanted to feature me as one of a few photojournalists they were highlighting.
Some of the best pictures and videos I managed to produce during my time in Afghanistan are of the beautiful locals who are proud of their culture, people and country. […]
The presence of the Malaysian military in Afghanistan is purely for humanitarian efforts and not for combat. The soldiers who were there were mostly doctors and nurses, with a handful […]
What’s up with the Foo Fighters’ concert photography contract? Are they trying to show off their superpowers or something? The Washington City Paper recently decided to boycott taking photographs at the […]
Ahmad Shah Massoud, a Tajik, was assassinated two days before the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Centre in New York City. So many Afghans see him as a national […]
Instagram journalism sure sounds interesting! Two veteran photojournalists are already trying it out… Neil Shea and Jeff Sharlet. Although Instagram is more known for selfies and pictures of ‘hot dog […]
When I first went to Afghanistan, I wanted to see how life there is like in times of violence and conflict. And surprisingly (or not!), it went on as usual. […]
Demonstrations happen on a regular basis in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, because they are still building their country and their government. It is actually a welcome sight because they […]
Bangladeshi photojournalist Saiful Huq Omi has been documenting the Rohingya in his home country for sometime now and the stories he tell have touched certain people the wrong way. These […]