Ian Teh leading masterclass at Obscura Festival in Penang, Malaysia

Ian Teh will be leading a photography masterclass about “The Process, the Narrative and your Journey” as part of this year’s Obscura Photo Festival in Penang, Malaysia, from 1 to 9 August 2019, working with mentors Tom White, Gareth Richards, Bettina Chua and Rowen S. Nirmal.

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