Photo-journ’s Newsblog by John Le Fevre

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Photo-journ's Newsblog by John Le Fevre
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With more than 30-years photo-journalism experience as a bureau chief, editor, news editor, CoS, copy editor, and chief copy editor in Africa and SoutheastAsia, Bangkok-based Australian journalist John Le Fevre’s Photo-journ’s Newsblog presents photos and written reports of Thailand current events, Thailand news, Thailand features, human rights, politics, travel stories and more.

Significant events I have covered over the years include: the 1991 election riots in Zaire; the 1994 Rwandan genocide; the 1995 Ebola outbreak in Zaire; the 1999 independence referendum in East Timor; the 2004 Asian Tsunami, the 2009 Songkran riots in Bangkok, and the 2010 Battle for Bangkok protests by pro-democracy proponents.

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I started working as a journalist in 1975 and in the mid 80s I worked on high technology trade press.

I have spent considerable time working in Africa and Asia and have held the position of bureau chief, editor, news editor, CoS, copy editor, and chief copy editor.

In 1995 I was a Walkley Award finalist for my photographic coverage of the Ebola outbreak in Zaire for The Australian.

Significant events I have covered over the years include: the 1991 election riots in Zaire; the 1994 Rwandan genocide; the 1995 Ebola outbreak in Zaire; the 1999 independence referendum in East Timor; the 2004 Asian Tsunami, the 2009 Songkran riots in Bangkok, and the 2010 Battle for Bangkok protests by pro-democracy proponents.

I have produced style guides for use by journalists and editors. and in the past was active on the journalists association freelance committee. I write my own text, shoot my own stills, and also shoot and edit video.

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