“Thailand is a country that will make you sweat without moving, it has bugs the size of a man’s hand and lot’s of women with penises (or so I’m told). The locals are friendly and the food is delicious. All in all, it’s an amazing country to visit.” This was from an essay I wrote about my travels in Thailand. It pretty much sums up the trip I took last August (2012). You can read more about my trip here.
Two of my photographs (above) were recently selected to be in The U.S. Embassy’s 180th Photography exhibition in Thailand.
The exhibit has traveled from Bangkok’s Central World to the Central Airport Plaza mall in Chiang Mai. Now it’s headed off to Chulalongkorn University’s Arts and Cultural Center from now until September 13th, 2013. If you’re traipsing through Thailand, stop in and check out the exhibit. Here are some added dates and locations:
- Khon Kaen – September 27-29, 2013 (opening ceremony Friday, September 27)
- Surat Thani – November 15-17, 2013 (opening ceremony Friday, November 15)
It’s an honor to be in this exhibit. A big thank you goes out to the U.S. Embassy for included me in the exhibit. Also a big thank you goes out to Florian Trettenbach for sending me photos from the exhibit.