• MONKS PROCESSION IN BANGKOK
  • Face of Cambodia
  • DEATH OF A KING
  • HANUMAN
  • RICEFIELD IN BALI
  • BALENESE WOMAN AND DAUGHTER
  • KHAO YAI JUNGLE IN THAILAND
  • LEZARD IN KHAO YAI
  • Traditional balinese woman and daughter
  • BOROBUDUR
  • PRAMBANAN
  • RAMA BOROBUDUR
  • OLD MAN PLAYING GAMELAN IN BOROBUDUR
  • RICE FIELD IN BALI
  • KECAK DANCE IN BALI
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  • CHILDREN OF CAMBODIA
  • PRAYER ON GUNUNG AGUNG
  • CHILDREN IN BALI

 



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ASIA PIX

 

ASIA PIX is an french independant photo agency capable of intervening everywhere in Asia in the brief deadlines. We cover social, economic and politic, crisis, conflicts, special events, energy and environmental topics. Our field of expertise concerns the MEDIA, NEWS, TOURISM INDUSTRY, COMPANIES, NGO, or PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS. Works available so with order. ( Free Estimate)

You can find part of my work on freelance photojournalists's network DEMOTIX

 

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Nicola Quentin . P H O T O R E P O R T E R

Nicola Quentin is a French freelance photojournalist & videographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. He's also the founder of the photo collective ASIA PIX.

For the past three years, he has been working in many social photography projects in South East Asia (mainly in Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia) and in Europe, collaborating with different international NGOs and my photos have been featured in several international magazines and newspapers such as The New York Times, Paris match, The International Herald Tribune, The Financial Times, The Global Post, National Geographic, The Ground, The South East Asia Globe, In Style Russia, etc...

He has been working with ethnies as Hmongs, Phnongs, monks, politics, Cambodian Boxers, Apsara dancers, prostitutes, interviewed drugs traficants in Cambodia (From Nigeria), work about Aids in Thailand with French doctor Philippe Seur, was lost in Mondulkiri jungles on the path of illegal gold mines, trained with Kun Khmer and Muay Thai champions, lived with a original balenese tribe, met Bramhans at the top of Gunung Agung and assisted at cremation of a king with king father Norodom Sihanouk.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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