ABOUT HOI AN 360 – PHOTOGRAPHY TOURS AND WORKSHOPS

Hoi An 360 was founded by Alden Anderson, an Emmy Award Winning artist with over 20 years of experience as a professional photographer and Trinh Nguyễn – a certified cultural guide. Joining our photography tours and workshops, you will:

Discover the charm and people of Vietnam with our certified cultural guide, Trinh Nguyen, your link and connection to the Vietnamese culture and its people.

Experience the soul of Vietnam while giving back to the people in the countryside that need our support. At Hoi An 360 we always make it a point to give back in multiple ways to the locals we photograph. For us, it’s more than just taking pictures.

Every tour is available for people of all skill levels and camera typescell phones to DSLRsbeginners to professionals.

Trinh and Alden host every single tour and workshop giving you access to a wealth of information on photography and culture, and provide you with a more personal and intimate connection with the locals. ‘
A unique combination not available anywhere else in Vietnam!

In addition to Hoi An 360, Trinh and Alden are working on another project to document the people of Vietnam and their stories, as well as supporting and giving back to the people in various ways. You can learn more about this project by visiting: vietnamthepeople.com

MORE ABOUT ALDEN AND TRINH

Alden is an Emmy Award winning artist from Los Angeles, California. He has over 20 years of experience as a professional photographer and more than a decade of working in the Hollywood Film Industry. His previous clients have included 20th Century, Fox, ESPN, National Geographic,  Sony, the Discovery Channel, Blum House,  Columbia, History Channel and many more. Recently in 2019, Alden & Trinh won 2 Photo Heritage Awards in Vietnam.

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Trinh comes from a poor rural community in the mountain of Central Highlands in Vietnam. In her community, she is one of a few girls who were able to go to the school for gifted children and finish university in Danang with a very good result. She has been organizing many non-profit activities for the poor kids as well as villages. The biggest one was a school supply drive in 2018 for more than 3,000 unprivileged children in Kon Tum.