2011 Angkor Photo Workshops Participants & Tutors

Sep 29, 2011 | 7th Edition (2011), News & Happenings, Workshops 2011

Here’s the list you’ve all been waiting for — announcing the 30 selected participants* for this year’s 7th Angkor Photo Workshops!

Adli Ghazali, Malaysia
Alanah Torralba, Philippines
Ankit Goyal, India
Anushree Bhatter, India
Arnold Simanjuntak, Indonesia
Carrie Lam, Singapore
Cheryl Baldicantos, Philippines
Geloy Concepcion, Philippines
Harit Srikhao, Thailand
Jane Koh, Singapore
Jiehao Su, China
Karina Saputri, Indonesia
Kimlong Meng, Cambodia
Lim Taehoon, South Korea
Mitsu Maeda, Japan

Ngoc Lan Pham, Vietnam
Pooja Jain, India
Richard Reyes, Philippines
Sanjeev Thakur, Philippines
Setyo Adi Nugroho, Indonesia
Sitwat Rizvi, Pakistan
Sunny Lamba, India
Sweta Suvarnkar, India
Tanvi Mishra, India
Vannith Yin Touch, Cambodia
Viet Bach Khong, Vietnam
Wen-Yi Wang, Taiwan
Wendra Ajistyatama, Indonesia
Wisnu Agung, Indonesia

A big congratulations to everyone, and we’re looking forward to meeting all of you soon!

We would also like to introduce you to the six tutors who have kindly agreed to volunteer and teach at this year’s workshops. We’re glad to have with us: Patrick de Noirmont, Olivier Nilsson, Antoine d’Agata, Paula Bronstein, Justin Mott and Carolyn O’Neill.

Click on the images below to view the list and tutor biographies in full-size. Or, for easier reading, just download the complete PDF here. (right-click and save as!)

I’m now in Cambodia, and just met up with the workshop coordinator Roland Neveu yesterday in Phnom Penh. Tomorrow, I’ll head back to Siem Reap, which is one of the areas badly affected by the recent flooding in the country. No worries — we’ll be dry by the time November comes around!


* This list has been updated as some participants are unable to attend at the last minute, and we have offered their places to other selected photographers.


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