Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Yeshy Namgyal, Dorji Khachab
Abandoned by his parents and struggling with a physical disability, Pema Tshering fights through all the odds to live the life he wants, and achieve his dream of competing in the paralympic games.
BIO: Yeshey Namgyal comes from the eastern part of Bhutan. As a child, he was very interested in photography and cinematography. After completing high school, he started mechanical training, but not liking it, he went to the Bhutan Youth Development fund as a volunteer. There he got chance to learn basic photography for one week. After that he got a job in the movie industry and learned the trade from U-tube and Google. In 2013, he was rewarded as best cameraman in Bhutan, and in 2014, he received a plural+insight award in New York.
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