The Everyday Projects
Seoul, South Korea
My interest in the world started early. I am the son of intrepid travellers, Geoff and Hyungpun Crowther. From writing the infamous BIT Guides that helped hippies travel overland from Europe to Asia and being founding writers at Lonely Planet for decades, my parents and I were everywhere.
Over nine years, I have worked across Asia and the Pacific. This interaction with the world has placed me in a unique position to contribute to the global conversation on important issues such as climate change and social development. Continuing this dialogue through photography is my life's goal.
Work has been published and commissioned by international publications, books, NGO's and exhibited in galleries across Europe, Australia, and the USA. I am a member of the @everydayclimatechange photographer group. Educationally, I hold a bachelors degree in environmental science and a Masters degree in environmental education.
Currently based between India & South Korea and available for assignments worldwide.
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