Dimapur, Dec. 6 (EMN): Nestled among hotspots of tribal heritage and antiquities is a spot at Kisama near Kohima town, where visitors can see a set of desktop computers and wires. Vizoktho Natso is a graphic designer and he has brought a photo shop to Kisama.
According to the DIPR, Natso hails from a small village from Jakhama village in Kohima district. He manages the photo shop at Kisama with his younger brother and a friend. He is a young and an energetic lad who aspires to make his own identity someday as graphic designer, the updates stated.
Earlier, Natso ran a photo shop at Mohonkhola in Kohima but he shut shop to pursue studies. Opening the stall at Kisama he hopes to cater to the imaging needs of visitors who may want to take home special moments from the festival of festivals.
This is the only stall in Kisama from where visitors can capture moments and instantly print out photos. They not only print photographs but offer beautiful photo frames. Customers can also order instant printed cups.
The young entrepreneur hopes that the Hornbill Festival will not only bring him some extra pocket money but also give him the opportunity to give visitors the ways to taking home special memories and moments from the festivities.