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Tooth And Nail - Photo Exhibition by Amanda Mustard

Photo Exhibition Opening by photographer Amanda Mustard previewing “Tooth and Nail”, an ongoing body of work documenting Thailand’s booming tiger tourism industry, the human forces fueling it, and the implications for the conservation and welfare of a fragile species.


Opening event: Friday, 16 Aug 2019, 7pm
Location: Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand
Price: Entrance free.


Amanda Mustard is an American photographer based in Bangkok who concentrates on subcultures, human rights, and environmental stories. She has contributed work to clients such as the New York Times, AP, Le Monde, WIRED, Bloomberg, and The Smithsonian, amongst others. Currently an advisor for the Photographer Ethics Center, Mustard has served on the boards of numerous press organisations, and is an advocate for the protection and sustainability of the freelance community and gender equality in the media industry.


Directions to the FCCT:
Chidlom BTS (Exit 2), walk into Maneeya Center past Yamaha, down a flight of stairs, go left & around to back set of elevators, up to floor P (Penthouse).


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