Growing up in a big city of Bangkok, I’ve experienced the tension living in a big city. I’ve got used to traffic jams, long hours on commutes, and seeing the struggles of other people as they are searching for better lives.

Using the contrasts of blacks and whites (and lots of grey), Concrete Jungle is to represent the chaos and the alienation of urban life. The short piece gives the viewer a chance to glance at the lives of others as the camera travels through the jungle made of concrete.

Student project created at Savannah College of Art and Design