Rammy Narula is a Bangkok-based photographer with a deep passion for travelling, and exploring the streets with his camera, wherever he is. His work covers personal projects, portraits, and photography resulting from countless hours roaming the cities he visits. His most recent work, Platform 10, a project shot on a single platform at Bangkok Central Train Station, has been published as a photo book by Peanut Press, a publishing house in New York. One of his photographs is also included in “100 Great Street Photographs”, a photo book published by Prestel in May 2017.
Rammy was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business from Assumption University. Having worked in commodity trading for 14 years, he decided to leave it behind to pursue photography full time. Rammy shoots completely for himself, not on assignments, or as paid employment.
Today, a member of Street Photo Thailand Collective, he serves part time as a photography mentor, running several workshops throughout the year, both group and personalised. He is regularly invited as guest speaker, and on occasions to judge photographic competitions, with the next two coming at the Street London Symposium and London Street Photography Festival to be held in August, 2017. Rammy runs his own photography blog, “Rambles”, and is a regular contributor at “Siam Street Nerds”, the largest street photography blog in Thailand. In addition, he is Administrator and Curator of “Hardcore Street Photography”, the largest street photography group on Flickr.
Rammy has been featured in many local and international publications and websites, most notably on WIRED.com in 2016 for “Platform 10”.