Portraits of world faces shot by Bangkok teacher to benefit children’s charity

A woman in Salvador, Brazil, in 2016. Photo: David Simon / Courtesy
A woman in Salvador, Brazil, in 2016. Photo: David Simon / Courtesy

A Hungarian photographer is showing his work at a downtown restaurant and donating the proceeds to help children in Thailand escape poverty.

Science teacher David Simon will show several years of images he’s taken around the world from Brazil to Borneo starting Saturday. All proceeds will benefit the Creative Life Foundation, a six-year-old organization operating a number of projects benefiting disadvantaged youth and their families.

Check out the photographs at Cajutan restaurant on Soi Sukhumvit 18. The opening reception begins at 3pm. Cajutan is a 10-minute walk from BTS Asok.



Photos courtesy David Simon

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Cajutan
15 Soi Sukhumvit 18, Bangkok
02-258-0049
3pm, Saturday

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