I have been in Australia for six weeks and It's been a funny one. Not just because it is the longest time I have spent in one country but it's the first time I've stopped and stayed still for a while.
The end of June and the majority of July was spent with my pal Samuel Lawrence in Indonesia.
The month of June was spent travelling around the Philippines.
A month of 40 °C heat, temples, trees, bats, beaches, islands, hammocks, morning swims, constellation nights, robbers and friends.
It is now Spring and I am now in Cambodia.
I have decided to take a break from the Mekong to meet up with friends and recharge. I am also running very low on film.
Today is my birthday and I am 24 years old.
Instead of being down the pub for a few swifts, today I have been waist deep photographing in the backwaters of the Mekong River in southern Laos.
Between Two Rivers is a short film contemplating my father's four year adventure around the world in the 70's.