Just before dawn, Fishermen work at the docks of the San Pyae fish market in Yangon.
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A young woman waits for the train at Bogyoke Aung San station in Yangon.
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After work, three boys play in a pool of muddy water on the outskirts of Yangon after work.
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In a village outside of Bagan, a man is diagnosed with leprosy. The disease is largely under control in Myanmar.
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A villager gathers water from a local resevoir near Pathein.
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A a clinic on the outskirts of Sittwe, within the Rohingya IDP camps, two women wait for a doctor. The woman on the left was experiencing contractions. At the time of this photogrpah, there was one full-time doctor for 150,000 Rohingya IDPs.
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Aung San Suu Kyi makes her way back through the crowd in Yangon after voting during Myanmar's historic election in 2015.
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A boy carts a cooler across the dock on the edge of the Yangon River.
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On the outskirts of Yangon, brick makers perch precariously on the side of a brick kiln in order to pass raw bricks to the top. Fires will be lit underneath the kiln and the heat and smoke will cook and dry the bricks for approximately one week.
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Gold miners assemble a pneumatic drill at the bottom of a mine in Singu Township. Miners
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A Let Wei (Burmese boxing) fighter practices at Thut Ti gym in Yangon.
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A young Rohingya girl waits to recieve treatement in an overcrowded IDP camp clinic on the outskirts of Sittwe.
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Outside of Mandalay City, a fisherman places bamboo fencing across a shallow channel in the Irrawaddy River. The fencing will funnel fish into waiting nets.
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A farmer tills his field in the small town of Hinthada.
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A festival goer in Yangon lights a flare during Thadingyut, the Burmese festival of light.
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Near Mytkyina, a Kachin refugee carries laundry through the camp where she lives. Thousands of people have been displaced by conflict between the Myanmar Military and the Kachin ethnic armies.
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A group of travelers forge their way across a flooded road to a small village two hours from Bagan. Poor infrastructure makes rural life particularly difficult.
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Mist settles over the city of Hakha, in Chin State.
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A farmer carries a bundle of palm fronds, which are used for roofing, back to his home in Pathain.
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A young man warms himself by a fire in the freezing night air of Chin State.
From June 2013 - August 2016, Andre dedicated his life to Myanmar, living and working there full time. He covered a range of issues including culture, politics, religion, health, and daily life. This is a collection of moments that span more than three years, ranging in location from the mountains of Chin State to the Irrawaddy River Delta.