Charles Fox is a photographer who has worked predominantly in Southeast Asia since 2005, with a particular focus on Cambodia. His work has received wide international publicity, including in the BBC, e Sunday Times, GEO Germany, National Geographic, Time magazine, Washington Post, and Wired, among others. His long-term projects focus on the legacy of conflict and colonialism, looking at its multiple manifestations and how the present is a ected by the rulings and actions of the past. His work in Cambodia has led to a range of outputs including the continued research project Found Cambodia (www.foundcambodia.com) which looks at how Cambodian society rebuilt itself post-genocide through photography. Charles is a part-time lecturer in photography at Nottingham Trent University.