Bad Eyes is an international collective formed by Natthaya Thaidecha, Min-Ma Naing, Miên-Thụy Trần, Daniel Huete, Rohit Saha, Duy Ðào, and Swastik Pal. Currently, the group has members from Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, India, and Spain. Their range of work includes personal stories, politics, and documentary photography. They use photography, film, illustration, print, and sound, all aimed at exploring the human experience and their relationship with the world.

Several members of the collective have attended prestigious workshops and events such as the Magnum Foundation Fellowship for Social Justice, Angkor Photo Festival, Joop Swart Masterclass, Pathshala Institute, Foundry Photojournalism Workshop.

Their work has been exhibited in various places including MOCA Bangkok, Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Germany, Arttaca Exhibition in Bangkok, Lumix Foto Festival in Germany, Magnum Foundation Group Show in New York, Kneaded Water in Tokyo, Hong Kong International Photography Festival, the exhibition “Growing Like A Tree,” at Ishara Art Foundation in Dubai, Ian Parry Scholarship finalist group print exhibition in London, and Festival Influences, Tisseurs d’Images in Beaucouzé, France. They also did their first solo show in 2022 at Hub of Photography in Bangkok called “The Thing Called Labyrinth.”

Bad Eyes have taught various workshops in the South Asia and Southeast Asia regions, further contributing to the artistic and educational landscape. Additionally, Bad Eyes started a publishing house based in Bangkok and Kolkata, focusing on photo books and collaborating with photographers across Asia.