Geoffrey Hiller’s photography has been published in the U.S., Europe and Japan, including Geo, Newsweek, Mother Jones and the New York Times Magazine. His award-winning projects about Vietnam, Myanmar and Brazil have earned recognition from NPR, BBC and The Atlantic. Hiller was a Fulbright Fellow in Bangladesh. He has also taught photography in India, Cambodia, Pakistan and Vietnam. His book Daybreak in Myanmar includes work from 1987 through the country’s historic opening in 2012. He lives in Portland, Oregon one block from the # 75 Bus. Visit his website at www.hillerphoto.com.
Tom Vandel is a freelance copywriter/creative director with a one-man firm in Portland known as Les Overhead (his alter-ego). He serves a wide range of clients and causes, creating campaigns in print, web, video, outdoor and social media. He is also author and co-creator (with artist Karen Wippich) of the book, Driving Strangers: Diary of an Uber Driver. The book is available on Amazon. His work is featured at www.lesoverhead.com.
Photographs by Geoffrey Hiller | Text by Tom Vandel | ©2016 All Rights Reserved