Philip Sen spent the last few years as a writer and photographer specialising
in defence and aerospace, with an additional interest in the politics and
culture of East and South Asia. From 2003
to 2005 he travelled extensively across the region, with two years based in Shanghai.
His work has featured in international magazines from Wallpaper* to Jane's Defence Weekly
and British publications from The Sunday Times
Travel Magazine to The Engineer. He was highly
commended in the UK Periodical Training Council's New Journalist of the Year Awards 2001.
Philip Sen read English Language and Literature at Oxford and took his postgraduate qualification at Cardiff
University's prestigious Centre for Journalism Studies. More recently he studied for an MSc in International Relations at the University of Amsterdam, graduating cum laude (with distinction) in August 2007. He currently works in communications for United Nations Volunteers, a UNDP agency based in Bonn, Germany.
This website includes a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and links for further information, a
portfolio of articles and excerpts, plus a gallery of photography from Asia and beyond.
There is also a weblog, Journalism by Other Means, an informal notebook of current affairs,
commentaries and travel experiences.
Main Photo Gallery
Weblog: Other Means