Tag Archive: myanmar

And The Revolution Goes On

After the euphoria of the release of political prisoners and the chance to spend time with the 88 Generation Students throughout the week in the build up to their press conference last Saturday… Continue reading

A New Year. A New Start. A New Hope?

A start to the New Year that so many could only have dreamed of. To be there to witness it all unfold was more than I could ever have wished for. Maybe it… Continue reading

Abhaya Burma’s Fearlessness – Bangkok Exhibition

Last week saw the opening of the exhibition and also the official book launch, held at the beautiful Serindia Gallery in Bangkok in association with River Books and the Canadian Embassy. Unfortunately we… Continue reading

Lady Liberty

They say things come in threes. Today must be one of those days as ‘Lady Liberty’ kicks off the day with a front cover of the Bangkok Post’s ‘The Magazine’ with an accompanying… Continue reading

Power Through A Lens – Interview with DVB

With rumours of the latest prisoner amnesty circulating like wildfire once more and the book getting its first airing in public (full details and photos to follow very soon I hope!) here’s a… Continue reading

Portrait of ‘The Lady’. A Film, But Who For?

One year on from her release from house arrest and The Lady once more appears across the pages of VOGUE magazine with her own indomitable style and grace. At the start of the… Continue reading

The Waiting is Over. Now The Games Can Commence.

Finding myself on a European timezone was not ideal with the long expected prisoner amnesty about to unfold. The first phone call of the day was at 4:00am and a long day ensued.… Continue reading

Burma’s Political Prisoners book: ‘Abhaya – Burma’s Fearlessness’ with foreword by Aung San Suu Kyi

After 3 long years of  hard work and over 100,000 miles travelled, finally the book of our long term project documenting Burma’s political prisoners will be published in November 2011 by River Books.… Continue reading

Military, Democracy and Tea with the ‘People’s’ Veteran Dissident

A four hour delay at an airport with not a plane in sight might be hard to comprehend anywhere else in the world other than here. Last time I caught a flight a… Continue reading

Aung San Suu Kyi. At Home With Burma’s Hope.

(Photos available to view in COLOUR or BLACK & WHITE) Reflections on tea with the Lady. Waiting is often the hardest thing and this has been a long wait – almost three years to be precise… Continue reading