B.A. (University of Sydney)
Cheyne Anderson went to Sydney University and studied anthropology, archaeology, and the bottom of a pint glass. Her current project is attempting to grow sunflowers in Scotland while she ponders her next move. Cheyne has a long-standing interest in visual ethnography and the Asia-Pacific region and hopes to combine the two in the future.
The saying goes that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Yet in the age of mechanisation, the single step is sometimes all that's needed. In the Himalayan foothills of rural Nepal, a temple once entailing an arduous three day walk is now only a cable car ride away.Read on »