Archive for March, 2009
I haven’t been out of town for months now in ordering of working on my exhibition. So beside my dairly life of trying to get the show done, I still mange little time wandering around Vegas. Sometime with friends and sometime only by myself. This is actualy has been a vision of myself as long as landscape photo. I love both of it. I feel that lately I have been stimulated by the voice within my head about how do I think and how do I feel. What is my future work will be like? I feel as if I am opening a new page of a book which I haven’t read before everyday when I wake up. It is exciting, wonder, sad, hopeful, and full of imaginations. That is now I think of it as a part of growing artis. I have been study heavily on biographies of many photographers whom I admire their works. I study their journeies and use it as my guide line to make my life stay on its line. To live as an artis is most interesting way of life for me. It’s actually related to my beliving that we were born with nothing and we will leave with nothing. The fact which matter most to me is how to spend the time we have making memories, living in it, dream about it, and finally if I am lucky, I would make it happen. It is not a product which get me exciting, but the process of it does. The wonder, worry, hope, happy, dream, and memories make me feel that I am alive.
Here is a flyer for my up coming exhibition. I would like to invite you all to visit my exhibition when you have time. It will run from Aprit 11 through Aus 2 2009. For one who live far away, I will try to document the event then I will share them through here to you soon.
See you there.
I would like to share to you all with my up coming exhibition at the Spring Preserve Las Vegas.
The event will be at Spring Preserve from April 10 - August 6 2009. During the SP openning hours.
If you have time please stop by and enjoy my view of my adopted landscape which I have been photographed since I moved to live here in North America. Where I now call the place as home.
The exhibition is fill with some 60″x 48″ , 75″x 24″ c-prints and Black and White hand prints on fiber base papers.
Hope some of you make it there.
All the best.
HI everyone here is a friend of mine, Jaspal Jandu, from London. I am here to say that if you all have a time, I would like to invite you to check out the book, works, and new up coming exhibition in London area. Jas is one of a hard working photographer. There are lot of thoughts and ideas on him and his works.
In the past 4 years or so Jas and his partner, Teresa Barnes, have been travel all over the world in order to compleate the project ” Natural Wonders “. I wish you all will enjoy what Jas has brought out the our eyes…
rice are green…
sky is blue…
there is always a road to lead you back HOME…
everytime I look up…we are under the same sky…and I will see you there.
It has been 2 years now since my dad and I took a road trip up northern of Thailand while I was back for a first visit in 2006. I miss home. Thailand is always a home for me eventhough I have only my family and some friends which are not too many there. I still have deep relationship with the land and people. As today March 1st evening I photographed downtown Las Vegas, I was thinking that it is wonderous feeling to stand in the middle of the road at a world famous little town. As I am from half of the earth away, I always think to myself as if I was a visitor. Eventhough this year is going to be the 8th year of living in this town. My heart still belongs to where I am from. My late job has brought me back the feeling of being home. I worked at thai restaurant. That brought me back of my lost spirit. I felt warmth and welcome. It was great feeling to have that again here in my adopted land. Most of my nowaday, I think of home, I think of people I know. That’s enough for me to make it through my day…
I will walk on that road back home someday…