Warm Waters is published this November in South Korean Monthly Environmental Magazine Hamkesanungil
Photos from this project are currently exhibited at Suwon Photo Festival (Suwon, South Korea).
“Being Gay in Papua New Guinea” will be exhibited in May at Deitta Gallery in Yangon, Myanmar
‘Warm Waters: Kiribati” exhibition opening today at Angkor Photo Festival in Seim Reap, Cambodia.
Vlad Sokhin will have an outdoor exhibition with a part of his long term project on climate change entitled Warm Waters,
here focusing on the island nation of Kiribati.
Images from Kiribati that are part of my long-term ongoing project “Warm Waters” about climate change in the Pacific are featured on Lens Culture.
These images will be exhibited during Angkor photo festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia in December 2015.
‘Two Faces of the Thunder Dragon’ story from Bhutan is exhibited at Suwon International Photo Festival, South Korea. The exhibition will be up from November 1st to 15th.
Images from ‘Warm Waters’ exhibited with other photos of Panos photographers at the 8×8 Photo Festival in Dublin, Ireland. Panos Pictures supported the festival to develop a photo exhibition to raise awareness of global issues among university students in Ireland.
Recent publications of my work on human rights in the Pacific in Amnesty International “WIRE” magazine (English and Arabic), “Amnesty Journal” (Germany) and in ACAT’s (France) 2014 report about torture practice in the world
PNG Human Rights Film Festival , organised by the United Nations, started this week in Port Moresby. Happy to see two of my films included there:
– GUAVAS AND BANANAS: Living Gay in PNG – a short video produced in collaboration with Roman Kalyakin about life of gay and transgender people in Hanuabada village.
– BIBIANE’S STORY – another short video produced for The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ. It’s a story of an old woman Bibiane, who suffered in isolation with cataract blindness.
Very happy to receive the Grand Prix Best Photographer of the Year for my work on Child Slavery in Haiti. Special thanks to the Restavek Freedom Foundation that supported my work while I was in Haiti.