1 of 5 For the last six months BBC News Online has tracked the progress of Cambodian orphans, working with UK charity Photovoice, as they learn how to express themselves through photography. Now you can see the work for yourself in London.
2 of 5 The exhibition 'Khmeye' comprises single images, insightful reportage essays and digital stories shot and created by the students. Images will be on sale and the proceeds will go toward the second phase of the Khmeye project in Phnom Penh.
3 of 5 So Ren, who took these pictures, says: "I feel very excited when I take photos about the real lives of orphans because I too am an orphan. I want to show people how difficult it is not to have parents... "
4 of 5 "...I am lucky that I can learn photography. In the future I would like to make this skill my career - I want to be one of the best photographers in Cambodia."
5 of 5 The exhibition opens at the Economist Plaza, 25 St James's Street, London SW1, with a private view on Tuesday 5 October and will run for ten days.