We’re all very happy at Jardin Culturel  because one of our students has her first photo exhibition in Cambodia this January! While we can’t get there to see it in person we’d thought we’d share with you a little about her amazing accomplishment, made even more incredible considering she is legally blind.


How to practice photography when partially blinded? This is the troubling question that Thi-Nan raises with her colourful, soft, intimate images and all linked by an astonishing unity of look. She photographs in Toulouse where she lives, or Vietnam where she went to visit her family, and she brings to us the photographs that seem like they were all taken in the same place. With this visual consistency, we can approach a very delicate personal universe in which the colours echo and vibrate endlessly.