Tori Green is a British artist, photographer, writer, environmentalist and arts project manager. Her photography specialises in portraiture and cultural heritage. She also runs community arts, spoken word workshops and live music events.
During her six years living and working in Cambodia she led National Geographic recommended tours and launched a number of street arts events and festivals.
Art college and then a Degree in Post-War Cultural History, Journalism and Film heavily influenced Tori’s work and she is also co-founder and administrator of the highly successful citizen science communities, Natural Cambodia, Natural Laos and Natural Bangladesh ~ a photography and natural world project which aims to identify as many species as possible in countries with forests at threat. Natural Cambodia was recently featured on the Motherboard of Vice Magazine.
Tori’s photography has featured on BBC, CNN, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, VICE, Phnom Penh Post and at New Yorks Guggenheim Museum.
Behind the scenes when not building Kok Thnort Eco Centre or running events such as ‘Words from the Wall’ or ‘Graffoetry’ as The Hand in HeART Project she has been working on the petroglyph project ‘Before Angkor’. Featuring previously unrecorded rock art Tori is excited to be publishing her findings in 2016/17.
Tori is currently based in her home town of Southampton in the UK shooting for private clients, preparing for exhibition, teaching photography and writing her first book ‘The Cambodian Chapter’.
She will begin showing her work made in Cambodia on a photography and speakers tour in 2017.
Photography of Tori Green by Philippine landscape photographer Anna Varona