Rita Khin is a member of Thuma Collective. Body and Soul, by Rita Khin was made during the IPA Mentorship Program.
More Than My Blindness, by Tin Htet Paing was made during the IPA Mentorship Program. Tin Htet Paing is a member of Thuma Collective.
Shwe Wutt Hmon is a member of Thuma Collective. Her project ‘Life In A Love’ was made during the IPA Mentorship Program.
Introduce the Visualising Social Stories (VSS) Masterclass, a new online mentoring program coming in 2018.
Death fell upon a protected colony of Egrets in Hong Kong in June during prime breeding season when their tree sanctuaries were callously pruned.
The first land reclamation in Hong Kong was during the early Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 9 CE) when some beaches were turned into salt pans.
Nguyen Minh Hoang was a recipient of the IPA Mentorship Grant. You Are Here was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
When dusk falls in Singapore, a nocturnal forest of lust and desire emerges. Lust and Caution, by Colin Seow was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
Alvin Lau was a recipient of the IPA Mentorship Grant. Meditating Mortality was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
The Workshop Grant, kindly sponsored by our partners Shutterspace Studios, is open to application by Filipinos who work with photography or images on social stories or campaigns.
Death by Drowning is a collection of photographs taken around Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines and one of the largest in South East Asia. Made by Dianne Rosario during the IPA Mentorship Program.
A million ways to edit. One gut feel. A timelapse of 7 years of editing in Asia with Invisible Photographer Asia, workshops and mentorships since 2010.
For those working on photo projects and interested in how to go about editing and sequencing your images, we have just made available on Youtube, an introductory tutorial.
Neither Beginning nor End, by Peter Teh was made during the IPA Mentorship Program. “There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.” Louis L’Amour.
Half a million Malaysians cross the border to work in Singapore. I am one of them and this is a story about my family which I leave behind to put bread on the table.
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