I am a Southeast Asia-based journalist and photographer, working on the confluences between the environment, technology, society and business.
Syarul Ema ran a successful misinformation operation for seven years in Malaysia, helping to shift the political discourse in a country already febrile with racial tension and electoral corruption. (Wired)
In a remote bay in Indonesia, American researchers have partnered with local fishermen on an unprecedented study of the world’s largest fish. (The Atlantic)
Often ignored and sometimes abused, migrant workers in Singapore have formed thriving creative communities. (Nikkei Asian Review)