The photographer, who is a self-taught photographer and photographer’s assistant, started taking self-portraits about two years ago, and her photos have garnered her some great praise.
Her photos of herself on the beach and a day spent walking through a forest are especially popular with the public, and she has become a favorite of many tourists.
But the more interesting part of the photo shoot is that the photographer also uses her own voice to describe the subject.
She tells her story through the use of a video camera and a microphone, which she said made the project even more immersive.
The photojournalist says her photos show the people who live and work in a rural part of Cambodia’s Kachin province, and how the region’s people have always struggled with poverty and discrimination.
She also describes the daily struggles of living in a village where her husband is employed by a private construction company.
She says the people she photographed in the photos feel as though they are part of a larger community and that her photographs reflect the reality of their lives.
I’ve found that people in these villages have a lot of pride and love for their families, she said.
And the pictures she takes of these people show the community’s respect for each other, which is very important.
I hope that they will show respect and appreciation for each and every one of us.
She said her photo project is about exploring what it means to be a Cambodian woman in a world that has never known that kind of freedom before.