My work focuses on an issue or a topic surrounding my life. In particular, the city often surfaces as a dominant subject - from its environments and people and to its transformation and growth.
Imagining Flood (2011) examines ideas surrounding fear, imagination and anticipation amongst city dwellers - tensions which were palpable when Bangkok was struck by severe flooding. The project explores and represents these themes through disquieting, otherworldly night time landscapes.
Dream Property (2014-ongoing) examines the nature of property development and its relationship with human ideals and aspirations. The series includes images of land undergoing commercial development as well images of newly built condos entering Bangkok's real estate market. Real Estate Advertising explores the use of text within this context by focusing on the exuberant slogans that habitually accompany real estate advertising.
Thai Politics (2006-ongoing) explores the differing political attitudes in Bangkok - the project also examines photography within an image rich world. Punctuating each addition to the series is not only a different dimension to people's political views and behaviours, but also a different approach to how they are captured and presented. This approach ranges from curating images found across social media (Thai Politics no.2 and 4) to the more traditional approach of digital and film photography (Thai politics no.1, 3 and 5).