For me, photography has a lot to do with self-discovery and finding my place in the world. Making self-portraits is a part of that process and a small chunk of my work includes photographing my own shadows. Finding myself in places where I seemingly have blended in with the environment. Becoming a part of a whole. Fitting in, though still standing out, hanging onto my identity. The journey seems constantly evolving, with many surprises along the way.
About Rammy Narula
Rammy Narula is a Bangkok-based photographer with a passion for learning and exploring. He often credits photography for being his lifeline, allowing him to discover more meaning as well as a sense of purpose. As an active member of the street photography community, Rammy has judged several international street competitions and his work has been featured in local and international publications. In 2016, his photobook “Platform 10”, a project shot on a single platform at the Bangkok Central Train Station, was published by Peanut Press, a publishing house in New York City.
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