Escape

Instead of running away, sometimes, it’s important that we run into and examine the roots of our problems. At times, healing, for me, starts with, “how am I doing today?”

  • Neath (នាថ) Nguon was born and raised in a loving home in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. At sixteen, she moved to Montreal to pursue her passion for engineering. Alone in a foreign land, she has struggled greatly with her cultural and self-identities. However, she finds comfort in photography, a medium that allows her to use different lenses to look for answers to the questions that arise in her life.

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