Thank you for the generous contributions to our project this year and to those who made it out to the event as well! We are so grateful for all the support we’ve received, and will continue to help the children in Klong Toei as a part of this project on your behalf. Xx!
We’re very excited to announce silent tapes has been invited to share our vision and work at the Adventure Always Conference this October in Long Beach, California! WHAT: Artists & creatives gather for 2.5 days & nights of mind-blowing inspiration, unforgettable conversations and wild adventure… WHEN: October 21-23, 2013 WHERE: Long Beach, California (Los Angles area) aboard the Queen Mary Cruise ship. WHO: For artists, creatives and troublemakers of all kinds who are interested in producing meaningful work & living fascinating lives. WHY: Because this might …
We are thrilled to announce that our works have been selected as part of “The Story of the Creative” exhibition at the See Gallery in New York City! Please feel free to share and attend the opening on July 25th! See you there!
Our work has been chosen to be a part of exhibit at Black Box Gallery! This is our first show so we got really excited about it! 🙂
silent tapes is so grateful to have Shades of Earth become our first official sponsor! We are lucky to have such wonderful people support us! Go look at their beautiful designs and read more about their story on the Shades of Earth website! x!
We are so excited to have our Klong Toei story featured in DSLR blog! Big thanks to the Photocrati staff for two spots in the same week! 🙂
Check out our first feature here!
This photo entirely encapsulates the mood of the children and most of the adults in Bangkok’s Klong Toey slum.
There was an overwhelming dark energy as we explored the narrow lanes of the Red Light District in Mumbai. Men stared, mostly at me, in a threatening and almost vulgar kind of way. I felt unsafe, as if I was being stripped down with a mere glance. I looked into the eyes of women and imagined what they felt like, when those men were around, watching and waiting. I caught a few smiles here and there, perhaps when they felt a moment of freedom. Children were everywhere. Some looked rather questionable, scantily dressed and holding rupees in their tiny hands. They …