“Solitary Walk”- First Photo Book Set to be Published.

Htet T San Solitary Walk Photo Book

I have been making sure to announce this. This year I will be working towards a photo book which I named as “Solitary Walk”, focusing on my random walks around the beaches of New York City. This will be the first ever photo book of my photography career and hopefully, by the end of the year, I will have enough pictures to complete this.

Htet T San



Publishing New Photography Project “The Frail Second”

I have been spending my time a lot on beaches all summer long for this project and thinks it reaches to a point I am comfortable enough to publish.

So, here is my newest personal project “The Frail Second”, the first personal project I have reached that far since my “Emotion/Untold Stories” in 2010.

The Frail Second Copyrighted by Htet T San 2013 teaser 2

I remembered the day that this concept struck my mind. I couldn’t sleep.

See the whole project here at http://www.htettsan.com/the-frail-second/

Htet T San


Sea’s Letter


wanna Jump down like a waterfall.

wanna Shoot the lightning down to Mount Everest.

wanna March up like that horse sculpture.

Or, shall I make sound like Willow Weed?



Was told to stand beside and keep my face straight.

  • “Sea’s Letter” by Tar Yar Min Wai.


ေရတံခြန္ႀကီးတစ္ခုလို ခုန္ခ်လိုက္ခ်င္တယ္
ျမင္းမိုရ္ေတာင္ကိုလည္း မိုးၾကိဳးးပစ္ခ်လိုက္ခ်င္ရဲ႕။


  • Favorite poem of the day! Lovely!

Soldier for the Queen, “Metta” to my Land


Soldier for the Queen

Joined the art troops of Myanmar to support National League for Democracy led by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

If I could, I would like to hand the Golden Peacock to our lady like this.

Here are more artworks I made as tribute based on official NLD flag.


May the Golden Peacock land on our Lady’s shoulder _Htet T San


Provided Acceleration _Htet T San

May our Peacock Rule the school walls and the throne of the nation once again!

Autumn Rhythm

Autumn Rhythm_Htet T San

Scene like this reminds me of one of my fav painters from my country named “Lun Gywe”. And just listening to some native harp songs like Saung Kyaw Myo Naing-‘Hman Taung Yate Kho’ is my autumn night relaxation.