Budding talent Miti Ruangkritya's photography addresses issues close to his heart. While the 31-year-old's work is yet to make waves on home turf, his photographs, which usually deal with social and political issues, have received recognition in Europe, especially in England where he completed much of his formal education. In Asia, he has showcased his craft at workshops and group exhibitions.
Miti describes his work as contemporary documentary photography, which he says is largely open to interpretation.
A man of few words, the Thai talent lets his photography talk for him, and judging from the awards he has so far garnered, his future looks bright.
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