Nai Vasha (@askvash) | POM

 Treason Gallery, in collaboration with photographer Steven John Irby aka “Steve Sweatpants” and HONEST FRAMES, is proud to present ‘SHOOTERS,’ a group photography exhibition.
 Treason Gallery, in collaboration with photographer Steven John Irby aka “Steve Sweatpants” and HONEST FRAMES, is proud to present ‘SHOOTERS,’ a group photography exhibition.
 Treason Gallery, in collaboration with photographer Steven John Irby aka “Steve Sweatpants” and HONEST FRAMES, is proud to present ‘SHOOTERS,’ a group photography exhibition.
 Treason Gallery, in collaboration with photographer Steven John Irby aka “Steve Sweatpants” and HONEST FRAMES, is proud to present ‘SHOOTERS,’ a group photography exhibition.

Nai Vasha (@askvash) | POM

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Archival pigment on fine art paper
Size: 17.5" X 21.5" - framed

Edition of 1
Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Printed, mounted, and framed by Honest Frames (1/2" frame)

**Item will not be shipped out until January 2018**
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Nai Vasha (@askvash) | Los Angeles, CA

Nai Vasha is a visual provocateur and craftsman from Stockton, California. She studied Theatre Design and Production at UNLV and spearheaded the Forever 21 takeover during 2010. Skilled in a multitude of creative mediums from concept installation to video production, Vasha helps to shape and establish visual identity for influential brands. As an avid long distance runner and athlete, she works directly with performance brands to find balance between fashion, fitness and functionality. Vasha is the co-founder of UNDO-ORDINARY, a wellness platform changing the way people see living. She is direct and peculiar with remnants of an old southern soul. Stripping the tail off an ancient Chinese proverb, she lives by one simple quote, “Never trouble trouble.”