Miti Ruangkritya, 32, got his Master of Arts in Photojournalism at London’s University of Westminster. His works have been featured in various foreign and local publications. After numerous group exhibitions in Thailand and abroad, the photographer has his first solo exhibition entitled "Imagining Flood" at Kathmandu Photo Gallery (Through Apr 28. Tue-Sun 11am-7pm, 87, Pan Road, Silom, 02-234-6700) . The showcase features images of 2011’s flood crisis in Bangkok as captured by Miti. The photos were previously displayed in two exhibitions outside Thailand before being given their debut here. Visit the gallery to see the saddening, yet mesmerising photos. The images are also featured in the book Imagining Flood , which is available in limited copies and can be purchased by contacting Miti (firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mi-ti.com) .
WHAT KIND OF PHOTOGRAPHER WOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE?
I use the medium of photography to express what I want to express. I wouldn't call myself a photojournalist because I find it's quite limiting to what I'm actually doing. I tend to pick up on things that are near me or look mundane and put my own spin on it.
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