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Louise Far is a photographer-cultural creative who is passionate about healthy education, culture and the arts. In 2010, she joined the Masterclass in Documentary Photography of Alex Baluyut as its first Butch Baluyut scholar, and the Angkor Photography Workshop in Cambodia. Since then, she has been participating in group exhibitions and slideshows in Asia and Europe.
In 2012, Louise began the Mother of the Fairytale Project, a long-term documentation of a Steiner-inspired green school community in the outskirts of Davao City, Philippines. In 2014, some of its images were featured in the Angkor Photo Festival as part of the first "Impact Project", which highlighted stories about individuals, groups, and organizations working to make a positive impact on social and environmental issues. A year later, Louise self-published the book, Mother of the Fairytale.
Louise is one of the co-founders of the women-initiated Tala Photo Collective. At present, she is further exploring the art of photo book-making, and therapeutic-contemplative photography.