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Photo editor and photographer
Australian photographer Nick McGrath has been living in Chinatown, Bangkok for the past eight years focusing his work in the South East Asia region.
Nick previously worked as a Photo Editor for AsiaLife Magazine, Thailand and as a photojournalist for Getty Images. Nick’s work has been published in WSJ, The Huffington Post, Time, Mashable, Peta-Pixel, Daily Mail UK, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Australian.
Nick is also a co-founder of Cho Why Art Space, where he was involved in curating exhibitions, artist talks and artist screenings, book launches and workshops. His aim is to promote cross-cultural dialogue and exchange through the use of the visual medium.
To see more of my work, please visit www.nmcphoto.com
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