I mentor street photography group workshops a few times a year, but if you can't manage to get to those, we can work in different ways.
Simply talking about where you are with your photography can go a long way. I can help review your work, offering advice on how to get where you want to go, and suggesting paths that may be more effective. We can do this via an online call or video conference ($100 for 2 hours)
Whether you’re traveling through or are a local, you can join me on my walks exploring my favorite spots of Bangkok and getting my best advice on how to become more effective on the streets. My dirty city guided walks are available for individual and group sessions. ($275 for 4 hours)
"It's fair to say that, had I not been encouraged by Rammy to venture out on my first personal project, 'The Downs' would never have happened. I'm so grateful that he did. His challenge, direction and encouragement has profoundly changed the way I shoot, both physically and mentally. I'm no longer the same photographer I was. If you can, get on this workshop. I promise you, it'll change your photography for the better." - Mike Beecham, UK
A little more on me
A Bangkok-based photographer with a deep passion for travelling and exploring the streets, my work covers personal projects and photography made in my hometown and other cities I visit. My most recent completed work, Platform 10 (a project that was shot on a single platform at the Hua Lamphong Train Station in Bangkok has become a Photobook and is available for sale. Published by Peanut Press in New York, the book is available for purchase right here on this site.
I am a strong believer of education and along with mentoring a few group workshops a year I offer private consult sessions as well as guided street photowalks in Bangkok. I also write photography blogs on Rambles to share my inspirations so do check them out and sign up to get a regular update.
With a strong inclination towards philosophy and harmonious living, I believe my role is to encourage photographers to think about their work more deeply and find who they really are behind the camera.