Antoine specialises in documentary portrait photography. He has documented a wide range of subjects including Cambodian boxers, climate change activists, Khmer Rouge survivors, and people from the Cambodian fashion scene. He has been an independent photographer for 13 years, and has freelanced for a number of international humanitarian organisations including UNICEF, SNV Netherlands, and the French Development Agency (AFD). His work has been published in a number of publications, such as Financial Times Magazine and Le Monde. He is fluent in French and English.
Abby Seiff is a journalist who has been based in Southeast Asia since 2009. Her work has appeared in a range of mainstream and academic publications including the Associated Press, Al Jazeera, TIME, the Economist, the Lancet, Center for Strategic & International Studies, Centre Tricontinental, and more. Her work focuses on human rights, politics, and the law. Prior to becoming a freelancer, she served as an editor for several years at The Cambodia Daily and the Phnom Penh Post, where her coverage of a Global Fund probe won honorable mention for investigative reporting at the 2013 SOPA awards.
CLOTHILDE LE COZ
Clothilde is an analyst on online media development, freedom of the press and the role of media in developing countries. Her background includes several years working in Paris and in Washington DC, where she headed an international NGO for three years.
HANNAH REYES MORALES
Hannah’s work focuses on individuals mired in complex situations created by inequality, poverty, and impunity. This includes photographing human trafficking at sea for The New York Times, reporting on war crimes against Cambodian women for Al Jazeera America, and documenting changing indigenous cultures in the Philippines for a grant from National Geographic. Her work has also appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, and Time (online) among others. She is represented by National Geographic Creative.
Luc Forsyth is a Canadian freelance photographer, videographer and writer whose work has taken him to over 40 countries across five continents. His work focuses on social and humanitarian issues, and his written and photographic projects have been featured internationally for media outlets such as The New York Times, Time Magazine and Al Jazeera.