Since I moved to Asia in 2012, I have collaborated with several NGOs and international humanitarian organizations.

In 2013, I was selected to be part of a team of 3 photographers to work for all the United Nation’s agencies in Cambodia.

At the end of 2014, I started a collaboration with USAID in Washington D.C. to produce a series of multimedia projects documenting intimate stories of people for their portal USAID STORIES. For this project, I produced stories in Nepal, Honduras, El Salvador, Colombia, Egypt, Jordan, Cambodia, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Peru. I profiled the challenges and dangers faced by Colombia’s LGBT community alongside a trans activist in Cartagena, while in Jordan, I captured a story of friendship and new beginnings in the shadow of the Syrian civil war. In Honduras, El Salvador and Jamaica, I highlighted the many facets of USAID’s work in citizen security and prevention of gang violence.

In 2014, I also started a collaboration with WWF, shooting a series of multimedia projects with some of the members of Ruom Collective. We were assigned projects in Vietnam and Cambodia to cover the effects of development along the Mekong River. In India, we documented the efforts to preserve the Ganges River and WWF projects to create a more sustainable way of cultivating cotton.