“The desire to live slowly made me take up photography, or the dream of being a photographer led me to slow down”. Phuong Tran sits down to choose three of his favourite shots for the latest in our series.
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“Photographs reveal the soul of the photographer, and all the experiences they’ve been through.” Thuyen Hello shares us his three favourite shots.
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Nguyen Van refuses to call himself a photographer. And he won’t let us call him one either. But his images, and his hot Instagram feed @odaucungchup, prove his love for the city he’s called home for the last ten years.
“Never before would I have thought I’d be regularly waking up before dawn, climbing mountains, having these adventures…” Pham Huy Trung shares the stories behind his three favourite shots.
“I’m just a satellite floating through space observing and recording moments,” Duck Tran – founder of Wanderful Dreamers says. So we asked him to pick his favourite three shots.
Hailing from Berlin, Minoto has lived two years in Vietnam. Since the switch he’s played Lush’s front house, Drama Pub, Piu Piu, and Boiler Room at Baroness and more. So, we asked him to give us some musical goodies.
Increasingly active in the entertainment industry with many roles as actor, model, and MC, Thao Tam still retains the innocence of a girl in her early twenties. “Music shapes my lifestyle. And it’s my safe haven” says Thao Tam, so we asked the rising star for her ten favourite tracks.