Untold Cambodia is a long-term photo project, documenting and telling the untold stories of Cambodias indigenous groups though khmer history. With little information available on Cambodias minorities, Untold Cambodia investigates and documents current occurring changes, as well as telling stories from the past- connecting indigenous history, to the present day, through photography.
Telling the history of Cambodias indigenous groups, through three pivotal time periods through khmer history: French Colonialism, the Khmer Rouge, and Current issues.
Project Website: http://untoldcambodia.com
In 2016 I was awarded a National Geographic Grant, becoming an Explorer.
This project was supported by the National Geographic Society and the National Geographic Young Explorer Program. This is a program to help support young professionals in a project that could help launch them early in their careers. Untold Cambodia was made possible due to this program, being entirely funded and supported by the NGS.
National Geographic Explorer Portfolio: CHARLOTTE L. PERT