In Bali we find a confluence of culture where technology, art and vape intersect as a new subculture emerges. In a grungy workshop in Tampaksiring, Bali a master carver sits bare chested and cross-legged under the deathly stare of animal skulls...
As dawn rolls over the shoulders of the Himalayas each morning hundreds of devout Hindu holy men bask in sunshine and bathe in azure waters of the Ganges River. The Sadhus of Rishikesh are a striking sight.
Meet the Loch Ness Hunter. In 1991 Englishman Steve Feltham sold his house and all his possessions to embark on a quest to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster. He expected to be gone for two years. Twenty-six years later and he’s still searching.
See Singapore through the lens of photographer Lee Yik Keat, AKA YK, a 21-year-old who captures the Lion City unlike anyone else, morphing the Southeast Asian cityscape into a Bladerunner vision of the future.
In the mountainside villages on the outskirts of Loikaw, Myanmar live the longneck ladies of a tribe carrying on a curious tradition steeped in mystery that is now entering an uncertain future, where tourism meets tradition.
In Mandalay, Myanmar the dust-covered faces of the Kyauk Sit Tan carvers draw just as much attention these days as the majestic Buddha statues they bring to life. Our feature spending the day the some of Asia's most renowned stone carvers.
Our documentary portrait of a mask dancer and carver keeping alive his artisan culture in Mas, Bali. "Culture is the foundation of your life. It's like if you build a house, If you have strong foundations, your house will stay strong."
It's 50 degrees. We are alone in the desert. The only sounds are the crunch of our boots on arid rock and our camera shutter. A viper slithers past and into the shadow of the giant black steel plate that stands before us. Welcome to no man's land.