Kingdom's Edge receives 3 Honourable Mentions in IPA 2017.

Really honoured and thrilled that my new book "Kingdom's Edge" has received Honourable Mentions in three categories at this years International Photography Award's (IPA) 2017. I'm really humbled to be amongst such well respected and accomplished company, many of whom are my good friends. Congratulations to all the winners. You can seen the full list of winners in the links below.

https://www.photoawards.com/winner/index.php?compName=IPA%202017&level=pro

https://www.photoawards.com/winner/hmention.php?compName=IPA%202017&level=pro

REMINDER! Kingdom's Edge book presentation at OBSCURA photo festival 2017.

REMINDER! I'm really thrilled to be participating at this years OBSCURA Festival of Photography in Georgetown, Penang.

I will be presenting my new book "Kingdom's Edge" at 2pm on Saturday August the 19th at the The Black Kettle Cafe in Georgetown. I look forward to seeing many of you there.

I will be joined at the festival by fellow curators Daniel Boetker-Smith and Calin Kruse. Paula Bronstein will also be giving a presentation during the festival on her incredible new book "Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear".

For more information about the festival and the Photobook show check out the link below...

http://www.obscurafestival.com/photobook-festival/

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Kingdom's Edge talk and book signing at the Penang Institute.

Very happy indeed to announce that I will be having a presentation about my book and project Kingdom's Edge at the Penang Institute in Georgetown, Penang. The event will take place at the Penang Institute on Wednesday August 23rd from 7:30 pm until 10:00pm. If you are free please do come along. You can find out more information about the event and indeed about the Penang Institute from their website, the link is below.

The Penang Institute  

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Kingdom's Edge book review in Mekong Review magazine.

Very strong and on point book review of Kingdom's Edge in Mekong Review Magazine written by Abby Seif. This review appears in Mekong Review no 8, the August 2017 issue of the magazine.

"Of borders, writes Humphries in his foreword: “I have always found them intriguing.” Indeed, it is the edges Humphries plays with best — the lines between past and present, dark and light, joy and tragedy, boredom and violence. Hopeful; hopeless." Abbey Seiff.

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Kingdom's Edge book talk and signing at The Obscura Photography Festival.

I'm really thrilled to be participating at this years OBSCURA Festival of Photography in Georgetown, Penang. I will presenting my new book "Kingdom's Edge" and will be joined at the festival by fellow curators Daniel Boetker-Smith and Calin Kruse.

I will have a presentation at 2pm on Saturday August the 19th at the The Black Kettle Cafe in Georgetown. I look forward to seeing many of you there.

For more information about the festival and the Photobook show check out the link below...

http://www.obscurafestival.com/photobook-festival/

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Kingdom's Edge selected to be part of this years Indian Photo Festival.

Super happy to announce that Kingdom's Edge has been selected to be part of this years Indian Photography Festival. I am really honoured to have my book selected amongst such amazing and talented company. I will be attending the festival and having a book talk and signing there. The time, date, and location to be confirmed. Hope to meet many of you there.

The festival will be held in the Indian city of Hyderabad from September 21 to October 8. For more information about the festival and the festival schedule this year check out their website.

www.indianphotofest.com

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Interview with Thai media about my motivations and experiences while shooting Kingdom's Edge.

Really nice to be interviewed in Chiang Mai recently by the Thai media about my experiences and motivations while shooting Kingdom's Edge. Thanks so much to Visaurt Sankam and "Thailand Photobook Lovers" for this opportunity. I always really enjoy sharing stories about my work and hope more opportunities to do so will arise in the future.