I’ve been told that I need to do more self-promotion. So, with this in mind, and also because I haven’t had a chance to prepare any proper – and ultimately much more interesting – food posts, here goes.
I’ve spent much of the last few months in Malaysia, which I’m covering for Lonely Planet’s Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei guide. In the course of doing the research for this book, I was able to tack on a few freelance gigs, including doing the photos for a piece on Kuala Lumpur that ran in the April issue of Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia (pictured at the top of this post), a piece on George Town for SilverKris, Singapore Airlines’ in-flight mag:
as well as the photos for a piece on east coast Malaysia that will run in next month’s issue Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia:
I had some tiny, tiny pics in the May issue of Monocle, as well as some pics in the May issue of Sawasdee, Thai Airway’s in-flight mag. Other LP guides I’ve contributed to that have recently hit shops or will soon include Bangkok; Food Lover’s Guide to the World; Thailand; Thailand’s Islands & Beaches; Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & Northern Thailand; and World’s Best Street Food, for which I’ve been interviewed in Men’s Health magazine.