100% of all profits created from the sale of this book will be donated to the Cambodia Land Mine Museum Relief Fund (CLMMRF). These funds will be used by the CLMMRF for the purpose of providing landmine relief initiatives, humanitarian support and/or social development programs in Cambodia.
The CLMMRF is a registered non-for-profit corporation with Industry Canada and Customs & Revenue Canada. This Canadian founded organization is supported by the TIDES FOUNDATION in the USA and is endorsed by The Right Honorable Paul Martin former Prime Minister of Canada, Her Excellency Donica Pottie Ambassador of Canada to Cambodia, The Right Honorable Lloyd Axworthy former Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Etienne Clement former Director-General UNESCO, and His Excellency Sok An Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia.
For more information on the CLMMRF and its programs please visit www.cambodialandminemuseum.org
cabinetmaker by trade and photographer by design. As a cabinetmaker, Kendall focuses his energy on designing and manufacturing furniture for a more meaningful material culture – often incorporating cast-off materials or rejuvenating vintage materials to incorporate sustainable practices in his designs. As a photographer, the same principles apply. Being socially, economically, and politically conscious while documenting unfamiliar countries and cultures helps Kendall to create and capture an intimate, perceptive, and meaningful photograph. This relationship between the photographer, his camera and subject does not stop at the release of the shutter. For the principles of sustainability to be present in his photographs this relationship must be part of a continuum. Kendall has chosen the Cambodian Land Mine Museum Relief Fund to be the primary beneficiary of this book.