One Month in Vietnam


One Month in Vietnam offers candid glimpses into the lives of everyday people people living in Vietnam. By shooting natively in-camera at a 16:9 cinematic ratio, the viewer is able to observe the images at a distance; giving them the feeling they’re watching scenes unfold. By doing this, they’re able to create their own narratives that go along with each scene. 


The project was shot in the course of one month with two central themes in mind; stillness and motion.






[Special thanks to Tom Ryaboi and Eric Kim for helping me curate these images]           

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