Scott Stulberg is a multi-faceted photographer, specializing in travel and editorial photography...along with a wide-ranging portfolio of other commercial disciplines. He teaches digital photography at the UCLA Extension in Los Angeles, and is represented by Corbis, Alamy and Superstock.
You'll find that Scott is generous with the number of his travel photographs on the Far Away Places gallery, and for once, I didn't skip a website's introductory flash movie which is just wonderful. I didn't like the movie's soundtrack (nor the fact that I wasn't able to turn it off except by muting my computer's speakers) but I found the images and the movie sequencing to be really excellent. Most of Scott's travel photographs in his Far Away Places gallery are of South East Asia (Myanmar, Angkor, Vietnam, etc) and also of Japan. Most of these photographs, as the one above of a young Burmese girl in Bagan (or Pagan)- seem to be posed, but some are spontaneous as well. They do not fall in the category of what I like to call "hard core travel documentary", but are quintessential travel photographs.
All in all, a delightful website from a promising and talented photographer.