Rammy Narula is a Bangkok-based photographer with a deep passion for exploring the streets with his camera. His most recent work, Platform 10, a personal project shot on a single platform at Bangkok Central Train Station, has been published as a photo book in by Peanut Press. One of his photographs is also featured in “100 Great Street Photographs”, a photo book published by Prestel Publishing in May 2017.
Today, as a member of Street Photo Thailand Collective and Burn my eye collective, he serves part time as a photography mentor, running several workshops throughout the year, both group and personalised. Rammy also runs his own photography blog, “Rambles”, and is a contributor at “Siam Street Nerds”, a blog dedicated to street photography education in Thailand. In addition, he is an Administrator and Curator of “Hardcore Street Photography”.
Rammy has also been featured in many local and international publications and websites, including WIRED.com for “Platform 10”, and more recently in September 2017 on Leica Camera Blog for his street work.