Amanda Mustard is an independent photojournalist and filmmaker based between Brooklyn and Bangkok. She just finished directing her first feature documentary Great Photo, Lovely Life , which is making its festival rounds before it's premiere on...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Filmmaker, Producer, Videographer, Travel, Photo Assistant, Documentary, News, Creative, Creative Director, Photography, Portraiture, Freelance, Communications, Human Rights, Multidisciplinary Artist, Short Films, Feature Films, Visual Artist, Wildlife, Sustainable Travel, Still Photographer, Social Justice, Reportage, Visual Journalist
Bangkok, Thailand – September 22, 2020 : A portrait of Sirin 'Fleur' Mungcharoen, 22, a member of Spring Movement and a senior Spanish studies student at Chulalongkorn University. Credit: Amanda Mustard for New York Times
Mae Taeng, Thailand ï¿½ October 7, 2020 : Ma Bar, 38, and her daughter Mu Nan, 22, moved to a long neck village camp outside of Chiang Mai from the Nai Soi village in Mae Hong Son. Ma Bar is a mother of four, and her daughter Mu Nan wore the rings from ages 4 to 12. She is a first year student at Chiang Mai University. Credit: Amanda Mustard for New York Times