An exciting new exhibition will be showing for the first time in Bangkok at the Foreign Correspondents Club presented by U.K based charity EYESeeMe Project. The charity works with disadvantaged children in South & South East Asia and is divided into two areas which are fundraising and learning photography as a tool for social change. It is through these engaging classes that children regain their confidence, have fun, and learn a new skill which often leads them to tell their own unique story. The project started in April 2015 in Northeast Thailand and it is these images that will be on display this October.
The pictures give a window into their world which encourage a visual
narrative from the children allowing their voice to be audible. Each image has a caption about what is important to them and their future. "The key thing with the project is that children enjoy and appreciate what photography can bring to their lives ...that for a while it is a wonderful escape from whatever may be worrying them in their day to day experiences" said the projects lead photographer and CEO, Rebecca Robyns.