Free Speech in Tibet

I did a photography project for Tibetan Human Rights Watch while I was in Dharamsala and I rather enjoyed the experience. It was a nice excuse to stop people on the streets and photograph the variety of people in the city. By this time i suspect my passion for travel photography had wane quite a bit but after doing this mini project and interacting with people, i came to the full realization that i was more interested in the portraiture. It’s been over 10 years since i discovered photography through travelling and in the past years after doing so many different type of work, portraiture has always been constantly interesting to me.

she was a waitress at the japanese vegetarian restaurant that i went to a lot
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this guy owned a great chinese/tibetan fusion restaurant that i went to often as well. called the peace cafe.
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