Remember that We Lived (and Probably Me Too).

Duc Thinh Ngo

Death is inevitable. Although unnatural death is uncommon and unfamiliar to all of us, we cannot deny its existence. Duc Thinh Ngo's project teaches the value of learning to accept these facts. By raising our awareness of it, we can start enriching our body of knowledge on the topic and ready ourselves for the next step in our lives.

Duc Thinh Ngo

I often find myself thinking about life and human interaction and relationship.

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

Somewhere on this planet.

What is a good design for you?

A good design is a design that works as intended or planned by the designer.

What was the most challenging experience during your studies?

For me, it is the concept. When I first started, I had no idea about the concept. However, throughout my study, I learnt and improved on this.

Who or what inspires you?

Audrey Hepburn is my biggest inspiration.

How do you approach a new project?

I often has a total view on it first, then start approach it personally with my experience.

What advice would you give to students who just started studying in your programme?

I want to quote Ms. Emily Smith on this "there is no bad design, however, if you do not do anything, you won't get any". If you do not shoot a photo, you end up with nothing. Just shoot it, so that you can have something to learn from and improve on the next one.

Have you changed during your studies? How?

I did. Not only I can do a better work, but also I have a better mind than before.

Why did you choose to study in your programme?

Since I was 3, I have a thing for photography. When the chance for me came, I grabbed it and came here, so that I could improved myself as an artist and as a person.

What are you not going to miss in your studies?

Any academic writing. Trust me, not all photographer can write well enough.

How are you going to celebrate your graduation?

I will drink to death, or near it.

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