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Street 200 – a community built by cinema in Phnom Penh.
Photoessay and text for The Mekong Review, November 2023 issue.

Read the article here.

The finger against the power

The finger against the power

The “clean finger”, which was not dipped in voting ink, became in this summer’s election in Cambodia a symbol of a national voting boycott and a protest against the dissolution of the opposition party CNRP.

Supporters of the boycott were accused of treason and the ruling party, the CPP, won all the seats in the election.

Interviews and photos made for the Swedish photojournalist magazine ‘Tdningen Re:public’ before the Cambodian election in 2018.



The small Cambodian coastal town that was transformed into a Chinese Casino Paradise.

Photographed in May 2019.


Sister (named after the term women use between each other in Cambodia)

A portrait series of young Khmer women who, intentionally or not, are bending old gender pattern and are shaping new opportunities for their fellow sisters.

The project, documented between 2016-2018, was partly funded by Amnesty. It was exhibited during 2018, 2019 in Phnom Penh and was also made into a booklet used for educational material.

The booklet was funded by several local NGO:s.



Protests during the International Humans Rights Day, to push the government to release the imprisoned civil rights activists.

The protests were held at Freedom Park in central Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on 10th of December 2016.


My Story is a video project created for NGO-CEDAW, in collaboration with the Khmer activist Harper, for the annual 16-days campaign against sexual violence.

The short-film was screened in 2018 at “Gender equality Campaign Event” at the Cambodian-Japan Cooperation Center in Phnom Penh, at the Institut francais du Cambodge and at the Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia.

It was sponsored by NGO-CEDAW, Voices for Gender Equality, Henrich Böll Foundation, EU and DanChurchAid.

Tep Vanny

Land Right Activist Tep Vanny, outside her home in Phnom Penh 2018, the night she was released from prison.