TITLE : NOTE TO SELF
AUTHOR : RAMMY NARULA
I have been following the work of Bangkok-based photographer Rammy Narula for years. What strikes me most in his work is his great aesthetic taste, the sensitivity that his photos convey and his peculiar way of giving a philosophical meaning to his photography. In this series all these elements are present.
“Photography plays a big role in my quest for self knowledge and discovery, and making self portraits is a big part of that process.
The thoughts behind them keep changing over the years. Where I started and where I am now.
At first it just seemed fun.
Over time it became about finding myself in my environment.
And these days it’s become a way to accept myself as I am.
To acknowledge and give myself what I need, a form of self acknowledgement.
The journey seems constantly evolving, with many surprises along the way.”
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