Charles splits his time between the UK and Cambodia and has been working in South East Asia since 2005. He has a degree in Photojournalism from the London College of Communications. 

Charles' long term projects are interested in the legacy of conflict, looking at different aspects of legacy and how the current day is affected by the rulings and actions of the past. 

Charles is also the creator of FOUNDCambodia a web based Not-for-profit archive of Cambodian family portraits. The project looks before and after the Khmer Rouge. The projects aim to create a visual history of Cambodian Society through photography, documenting what was lost and how society rebuilt itself.

His work has been widely published including The Sunday Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, National Geographic, WIRED, TIME Lightbox and GEO (Germany). Charles has been featured in several interviews on the BBC World Service and the Wall Street Journal’s – Asia Today programme. 

Charles has also worked extensively with a wide range of NGO'S including UNICEF, World Food Program, ActionAid, Care International and DCA.

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