Eat, sleep, fish, repeat. These are the routines most commonly found in a fishing village in southern Thailand. The images exhibited are a collection that I felt displayed the wide range of tasks for the average Thai fisherperson. Both men and women play important roles in the balanced cycle of catching and selling seafood. Long-tail boats come in, the catch is sorted, the food is prepared, and the commerce begins. It’s a simple life, but in comparison to the hustle and bustle of an American work life, the life of a Thai village fisherperson is honest and calm. It is hard work, but there is immediate reward. Although their work surrounds them, it is not all-consuming, like often is the case in the Western world. These communities are working to live not the other way around.