Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Documentary and Travel Photography expresses my need for Communication with people and gives me the chance to explore and unleash well-hidden stories and feelings.
Awarded International Photographer Certified by the Irish Centre for Human Rights, part of the National University of Ireland, in Galway. Focused on humanitarian and documentary assignments and storytelling visual content.
#Awarded by the International Florence Biennale Contemporary Art Exhibition (Italy, 2015), for my personal photo project "From Myanmar... with Love" (Myanmar. 2014), which is a collections of 100 answers by Myanmar people. in the question "What is the meaning of Love".
#My Greek summer #GRummer (Greece, 2015), is a visual photo project for the promotion of Greek tourism, hit 10.000 views in 1 week.
#GIVE + TAKE love, hope, light, smile" (Greece, 2013). A photo charity exhibition conveying the message that 'volunteering has no borders' and it was a collection from my mission to Vietnam as an ActionAid ambassador. The exhibition gained great media attention from a multi-cultural audience which exceeded our first estimation of raised funds.
My portfolio includes International humanitarian and documentary assignments and collaborations with the European Union Delegation of Myanmar for the visual communication. Frontier Myanmar Magazine. Actionaid organisation in Greece; Features for Rakhine State & Rohingya in IDP camps. Bajau Sea Gypsies in Borneo, Yangon homeless people etc
My solid academic background and my 10 years' professional experience in Communication strategy and Marketing sector helped me to develop the project and to approach efficiently the requirements.
2015 - 1st Award i, Florence Biennale, Italy, 2015
- Still life
- Video capture