Born in 1985 in Paris, Sovan Philong cut his teeth in photography under the guidance of Mak Remissa and went on to join Studio Images. His put on his first exhibition at PPP in 2009, featuring the people living in a former Catholic chapel. This landed him a position on the Phnom Penh Post team. He left photojournalism to work on personal projects to indulge his passion for light: Computer Light Portraits and Moto’s Light, among others.
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