Tibetan Areas within China [2012-...]
The Weird World of Chinese Pro Wrestling
In South Sulawesi, Indonesia, the Bissu are known as the “fifth gender” within Buginese society. Instead of identifying as cisgender men, women, trans-men or trans-women, they see themselves as gender-transcendent. For hundreds of years, they have occupied the traditional role of shaman or priest. Although stemming from pre-Islamic times, the Bissu still play an important part in rituals and ceremonies such as healing the sick, securing crop harvests and blessing pilgrimages to Mecca.
An exploration of China’s Northwestern frontier
Afghanistan / Tajikistan / Kyrgyzstan / Uzbekistan
Nightlife in Shanghai, China from 2011 until 2014
The deep untouched jungles of West Papua
Water Buffaloes, Coffee and Death
From Kashmir to the Northeastern fringes of the country
A collection of colorful rides in Padang, Sumatra.
Japan throughout the seasons
Idul Fitri at An Nadzir, a reclusive Islamic commune in South-West Sulawesi
Traveling around the world's largest island archipelago
Around the mountainous country
Kachin, Yangon and everything in between
Shots while exploring China and around