Here you'll find my latest photography projects from around the world, thoughts on development, and more information about my work and areas of expertise. I'm based in Toronto, Canada and am available for assignments.
Development. Communication. Photography.
Khun Jan Fong, harvesting river weed on the banks of the Mekong at Chiang Khong, Thailand.
Craig McClure, global health advocate.
Sonanwangmo, a nun who lives near Zachey town in Qinghai, China. Here she stands by the Dza Chu, the Tibetan name for the Mekong.
Dr. Ruth McCausland, human rights researcher and advocate.
Ian Grubb, global health advocate.
My uncle, Ralph Odegard, in his woodshop.
Khun Mai, at the shrine in her home in Nakhom Phanom, Thailand.
Joan Bourke and Marg Cabassi. Here, they sit in the house in which they were born in south-eastern Victoria, Australia.
Khun Pim, who grew up panning gold on the banks of the Mekong in Ban Pak Neam, Loei Province, Thailand.
Khun Saman, the only fisherwoman of Loei, Thailand.
Dieu Ngoc, in her 80s, became a nun after her husband passed away. Near Can Tho, Vietnam.
Khun Koi, a massage therapist and local activist in Loei, Thailand.
Allan Maleche, the Executive Director of KELIN Kenya, an organization that advocates for health and human rights.
Rajiv Kafle, of ANPUD, an Asian Network devoted to providing a voice for people who use drugs.
Dr. Cara Burns leads the molecular epidemiology and surveillance laboratory at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Aziz Memon is the National Chair of Rotary's PolioPlus Committee in Pakistan
Dr. George Oblapenko at his home in St. Petersburg. From 1990-2000 he was the Coordinator of the Regional Polio Eradication Programme for WHO EURO.
Health worker Awandi Epainette is in charge of the health centre in Sawa in the Lake Chad Basin area. He’s been working to end polio in Chad, which still poses a risk from neighbouring Nigeria.