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The full experience of Angkor Wat is not just about the temples, but also the people surrounding them.


Checking out the sunrise then rushing to every temple flapping in the back of a rickshaw is no way to see the beauties of Angkor. With this major tourist attraction comes a massive community and culture of vendors and children who make the temples their daily backdrop in hopes of making money for their families. George captures some moving moments with his time lapse footage mixed with meaningful portraits of life at Cambodia’s hot spot.


George Jefferies

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Lindsay Clark

Lindsay Clark has spent the last four years circumnavigating the world three times, hoping to learn constantly by throwing herself into difficult and thrilling situations. Currently, she's the Media Specialist and newMedia Instructor at THINK Global School, the world's first global, mobile high school. Lindsay also runs

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