“Often I notice that when people realize I am photographing them they look behind them to see if I am photographing somebody else. They think they are invisible. They can’t imagine why would I be photographing them.” Vakho Khetaguri’s work mostly consists of portraits. He likes to let “voiceless people” tell their story. He prefers to let the viewer interpret his work themselves.
Vakho’s work has been widely exhibited throughout Georgia. He gained notoriety for his self-published handmade photography books, and as a photographer for National Geographic.