For three years, between 2007 and 2009, I was a sometime woman called Shauna. I’d inhabited the persona of a ladyboy.
The village, situated in Madaya Township, is locally known as the resettlement village for the leprosy affected people. I was introduced to the friends of Daw Khin Than, in the village.
We are offering one Scholarship Grant to the IPA Mentorship Program in September. APPLICATION DEADLINE: SUNDAY, 10TH AUGUST 2014.
The Mekong River, flowing through China, Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, is home to the world’s largest inland fishery and hosts a treasure trove of biodiversity.
By IPA Alumni Hannah Reyes, Indigenous Transitions is a story of indigenous customs and traditions in Philippines and of change and passage.
Indrawati River Story, by Arfun Ahmed is part of our Showcase on Bangladesh Photography curated by Munem Wasif, Chobimela International Festival of Photography.
Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, ARTiculate by Tan Ngiap Heng is issue #08 of 20.
In a glittering metropolitan city in Southern China – Hong Kong, some 6000 asylum seekers and refugees left their countries and wish for new lives and beginnings.
We have long been a fan of the EyeEm brand so it’s with great pleasure we announce Invisible Photographer Asia’s partnership in their 2014 Awards.
A Journey Within, by Shadman Shahid is part of our Showcase on Bangladesh Photography curated by Munem Wasif, Chobimela International Festival of Photography.
Anna Clare Spelman was a participant in the IPA Mentorship Program during which she began her project ‘No Jew Left Behind’ in Cambodia. She has since expanded the project to include Jewish communities across Asia.
Somnambulist is Yabao’s collection of these moments, captured in between places, in between full consciousness and dreamlike state, in between dreams and nightmares.
Oil Rush, by Debasish Shom is first in a Showcase Series on Bangladesh Photography curated by Munem Wasif, Chobimela International Festival of Photography.
A peep into the IPA Mentorship Program and what the participants have been working on the past few weeks.
Some notes and advice on pitching photo stories and projects from the second Twentyfifteen.sg +50 Pitch Session.