Created as part of traveling exhibition, Thailand: Through a Plastic Lens is an ethno-photographic study of Thailand created for the Freeman Asia.
Featuring tea-stained pages, and scanned Holga negatives, this book covers the less touristy side of Thailand in an aesthetically pleasing and engaging manner.
This book was created as part of my service agreement with Freeman Asia Foundation who kindly supplied me with scholarship funds to attend a University in Thailand for 8 months.
While abroad I taught conversational English to the Science and Dentistry faculty members in preparation for a bilingual program. I also volunteered in southern Thailand at a monastery on the border of Burma which was joy incarnate.