Called the Ansel Adams of Angkor, John McDermott is an American photographer who spent over a decade photographing the temples of Angkor. Often working with infrared photography, John prefers to explore isolated places to find the real beauty within sacred sites in Cambodia and throughout Asia. His works have also received international recognition at the Lux Awards, ADDY Awards, Epson International Pano Awards as well as the Black and White Spider Awards. His works have been exhibited internationally, and are held in museum and private collections worldwide, including on permanent display in the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. His photographs have been published in The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, Newsweek, Time, Travel + Leisure and Archaeology Magazine. www.asiaphotos.net.