Christopher Ryan is a fine arts photographer who has been traveling the world continuously since 2016 with no permanent base, just endless possibilities!
I am primarily focused on my project Youth and Urban Decay as well as street photography, and my volunteer work as a photographer for disabled orphan children.
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Training and Experience
I have been a hobby photographer since I was 9 years old. In 2014 after losing my career job in high-rise construction, I decided to transform into this professionally and took a full course load at Santa Fe Community College where I made the Dean's list in the photography program. After the first semester, I was very anxious to gain experience as a street photographer in the real world and moved to Bangkok which serves as my base for exploring Asia. I have also worked as a freelance photojournalist for several publications in south Florida many years ago.
Currently I am a volunteer photographer for Camillian Home for Disabled Children in Ladkrabang, Thailand. This is a very rewarding experience for me. Projects include photography for the annual report, profile photos of the children, and special events coverage.
I am excited to be participating in my first group exhibition beginning December 1st, 2018 in Chiang Mai, Thailand! Details coming soon.