Exploring Jakarta by MRT for Silverkris, Singapore Airlines Inflight Magazine. Published in September 2019 issue of the magazine. These are mix between the published ones and outtakes.
Portrait of Sidney Jones, the founder and director of the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), a Jakarta-based organisation that produces minutely detailed reports on violence in Southeast Asia. Taken for Mekong Review August 2019 issue.
Read the full article here.
Last May I was commissioned by Silverkris, Singapore Airlines’ inflight magazine to photograph a travel feature about Malang East, Java. It is published in July issue of the publication.
Rebel Riders is published for the pages on Esquire Russia Junie 2019 photo feature.
Smith Journal, an Australian-based publication, published a 6 pages feature of ‘Rebel Riders’ along with an interview regarding the process behind the project on its 30th issue. It will be available on the newsstand until the end of May 2019.
Images from recent assignment shooting Indonesian capital of Jakarta for Discovery, Cathay Pacific’s inflight magazine.
Images (including outtakes) from recent assignment about Carbon Credit for The Wall Street Journal in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo).
Exceprt from original text by Jon Emont.
Eleven years ago Dharsono Hartono, a former JPMorgan Chase & Co. banker, spotted what he thought was a new way to make a fortune: climate change. The plan was to snap up rain forest in Borneo, preserve it from logging and sell carbon credits to big polluting companies in the developed world. The earth’s temperature was rising, and this was a way to profit by confronting the problem.
His bet has been on what some investors hope will be the most profitable outcome of a warming climate: government regulation of carbon emissions. Those who correctly anticipate future government responses to climate change are likely to reap profits.
Mr. Hartono went in big. His company’s rain forest, a humid and swampy expanse home to orangutans and clouded leopards, is twice the size of New York City and has one of the largest carbon stores of any such project in the world.
But the carbon windfall never arrived.