Aug 27, 2013
Aug 6, 2013
It's almost been a year since my return from Dharamsala, India, where I was working closely with the Central Tibetan Administration and Tibetan exiled community; but it wasn't all work and no play. Over the course of my three-month stay, I did manage to travel to various states in the north of the country and was priviledged to discover and report on India as I never imagined it to be.
From the iconic to the idyllic to the isolated, India's north is stunning - and I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to share some of the images that I captured while there.
May 9, 2013
Home to 2.9 million "Porteños" (residents of Buenos Aires) and centered around a busy port, Argentina's federal capital can be overwhelming, even for the seasoned city-goer. But not far from the main hub, lie relaxing beaches, less-frequented wine bars, and a host of activities for the adrenaline-seeker and antique-buyer alike. So after your city tour, be sure to buy a Subte travel card - and be bothered to explore.
Con aproximadamente 2.9 habitantes en el capital y centrado por un puerto grande, parece que Buenos Aires nunca para. Pero cerca del centro de comercio, hay playas tranquilas, bodegas poco frequentados, y un montón de actividades para las que buscan deporte extremo hasta las que buscan antigüedades. Entonces, después de pasar por todos los sitios culturales adentro de la capital, compre una tarjeta Subte - y explore.
N.B. This is a going-that-extra-mile submission for the second stage of Tourism Australia's "Best Job in the World" competition for the position of Lifestyle Photographer with Time Out Melbourne. Out of 600 000 entries from all over the world, this video (http://katiechlin.com/blog/13778987) was selected as one of the top 25 in its category.
May 3, 2013
Apr 24, 2013
There was a (small) storm a'brewin' outside of the National Congress in Buenos Aires today, as lawmakers and political high-ups seek to address concerns for judicial reform in Argentina. I took the usual shots, but these ones stood out for obvious reasons.
A congressman is swamped by the press outside of the National Congress in Buenos Aires.
The unflailing determination of Porteño protestors outside of the National Congress sees them a pie ('on foot') all day. While eager to protest against the government, they're also happy to do it sporting Nike.
Protesters stop to document their actions.