Rammy Narula is a Bangkok-based photographer with a passion for exploring streets with his camera wherever he is. His most recent work, ‘Platform 10′, published by Peanut Press in NY, was shot on a single platform at Bangkok Central Train Station. His photo is included in ‘100 Great Street Photographs’, curated by David Gibson published May 2017.
Today, a member of the Street Photo Thailand collective, Rammy serves part time as a photography mentor running several workshops throughout the year. He is regularly invited as a guest speaker and presenter, most recently at Monogram Asia Street Photography Event in Bangkok. Rammy writes the photography blog, ‘Rambles’, and is a regular contributor at ‘Siam Street Nerds’, the largest street photography blog in Thailand. Additionally, he is part of the curating team of ‘Hardcore Street Photography’, the largest street photography group on Flickr.