The 4th and the last part of Jack’s exploration of Myanmar’s first real year of democracy. A young monk in Shwebo, stands outside a temple which was destroyed during the earthquake that shook much of Mandalay Division. Numerous homes were destroyed and a reported 12 people lost their lives. A double amputee begs during Ta-Zaung-Dine, or The Festival of Light. A fisherman has a moment to himself underneath Ubein Bridge. Foreign hikers take a breakRead more
Mission Sharing Knowledge's first international author Jack, is a freelance documentary and travel photographer based in the UK. He in his own words specialises in photographing the weird, wonderful and sublime.
Second part of Jack Hoyle’s pictorial blog on democracy in Myanmar. Here’s his work behind the lens as Myanmar completes a year of democracy. Two boys hanging out at Yangon’s main bus station. A poor diet and lack of access to basic healthcare could be reasons for the smaller boys unhealed wounds. The daughter of the charcoal shop owner in her Sunday best. A drizzly day in Pyin Oo Lwin, the former British hill station,Read more
Jack Hoyle comes back with his second pictorial blog. From cricket, he makes a move to politics and democracy in Myanmar. Here’s his work behind the lens as Myanmar completes a year of democracy. Monks await the arrival of The Lady, Aung San Suu Kyi. A reported 100,000 people flocked to hear her give a speech. It was the first time she had visited Mandalay since her release from house arrest. Aung San Suu KyiRead more
The final part of the three-part series on Street Cricket in India from Jack Hoyle. Watching these pics and his travel, one thing is sure, he definitely has a good book in his camera. Looking forward to much more from him. A youngster waits in the wings as the older boys show him how it’s done. Next man in. It’s not just boys who are mad about cricket, plenty of girls are too. A groupRead more
Here’s presenting the second part of the three-part series on Street Cricket in India from Jack Hoyle. Watching these pics and his travel, one thing is sure, he definitely has a good book in his camera. The batsman makes a dash for it and picks up a quick single. Any patch of land will do. A recently ploughed field hosts an impromptu game. The ball gets lost down a rabbit hole A young batsman takesRead more