About the AuthorJanos Kis
Janos Kis Hungarian photographer has been living in Cambodia since 2004. He traveled extensively South East Asia. Lived in France, Japan, USA, Israel. He’s main interest is in Social documentary,Photojournalism, Humanitarian and Street photography.
He is working on several long term project and documenting the life of migrant workers, asylum-seekers, child labor, landmine victims and children with congenital disorders.
He is available to photograph on assignment to help you meet your corporate, advertising, and/or editorial image needs in South East Asia, Israel, EU or Worldwide.
He works primarily as freelance documentary photographer and available for Non Profit/NGO’s clients as well.
Publish Date December 13, 2011
Category Arts & Photography
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