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Published on Aug 31, 2012
Sakhon Nhek is a photographer, floral designer and artist. She was also born in the refugee camps of Thailand like many other Cambodian immigrants to America.
In this interview with Khmerican, she explains how photography helps her deal with her tumultuous past, overcome cultural barriers and explore her spirituality. She also shares four of her pieces: Kiwi Spine, Genesis, Trumpet and Noki.
For more information on Sakhon Nhek's work, visit her site: www.SakhonDesign.com
For more news and features on the Cambodian-American community, visit www.Khmerican.com
Interviewer Will Koenig lived in Cambodia for three years and has a few stores to share in "At Home on the Mekong." It's available exclusively at http://amzn.to/HomeOnTheMekong