The documentary projects have been filling up our inboxes for the past weeks, so here’s another one of our favourites. Sam Gregg is a young british photographer based in Bangkok, where this project is set. Delving behind the bright lights and obvious adverts for sex that have made the city notorious, gregg has produced a moving series of images. Portraits of ugly white tourists and heavily made up girls leave little to the imagination, however. Content aside every image from this project is a real winner. See the rest of “Living the Dream” on his website here. We’re think that he’s one to watch for the future.
'You took my time and you took my money/Now I fear you've left me standing/In a world that's so demanding'…simultaneously dense and shimmering alt-synth rock from deep within the dark shadows of oppressive Thatcher Era Britain where the only hope of breaking your expression through was to embrace a DX7, quicken the BPM and start singing about real stuff again.