Born in 1979 in Normandy, France, [Réhahn] is now considered one of the best portrait photographers in the world next to big names such as Steve McCurry, Jimmy Nelson, and Lee Jeffries, and his shots of nature are just as captivating. He has been recognized by a number of photography platforms, including Condé Nast Traveler and National Geographic. Réhahn’s success started with a very humble mission trip to Vietnam that he made yearly beginning in 2007 through a nonprofit organization.
He fell in love with the people there, and in 2011 decided to move to the town of Hoi An. For seven years, Réhahn traveled by motorbike across a fourth of the country and captured over 50,000 photos. His first photo book, *Vietnam: Mosaic of Contrasts*, includes 145 of the collection. He captured his subjects in a very natural way and offers us a perspective on the different pockets of Vietnam that many of us will never see for ourselves. The photos are left untitled, challenging viewers to come up with their own interpretations of the road trip. **View some of the majestic landscapes and beautiful people of Vietnam here:** : http://www.rehahnphotographer.com/.