Photographer and Videographer
Born in Myanmar, Tha Shee is a proud member of the Karen community. Having grown up in Mae La Camp in Thailand. In 2019 he moved to Bendigo and lives, works and creates on Dja Dja Wurrung Country. He has a passion for taking photos and video and creates beautiful images of nature. He is keen to photograph diverse people in the studio.
"My video is based on the flower and the human it’s about the 'circle of life' and reflects everyone being born, getting old and dying, just like the flower. I am really excited to be part of Duniya Behter because I am learning so many things, like creative technical skills and connecting with other cultures, learning and get more ideas from other young people as well."
From 11 Aug 2021
Duniya Behter shifts the mainstream narrative about people with migrant and refugee backgrounds, from vulnerable to capable. Women and young people in Bendigo and Shepparton drew from their cultural roots, to build creative businesses and produce new digital creative works. The name, Duniya Behter, emerged from conversations with young Cultural Facilitators employed to work on this project and it speaks to the spirit and intention of MAV’s regional Victoria program. It is a reflection of some of the cultures in Bendigo and Shepparton where the project is based. Duniya means the world in Arabic, Hindi and it’s also found in the languages of Swahili, Hazaragi, Urdu and Persian, where it holds a similar meaning. Behter means better but working together to make better.