Prestige (Thailand) - - CONTENTS -

After com­plet­ing his Bach­e­lor’s de­gree in Graphic De­sign at King Mongkut’s In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy, term­sit si­riphanich went abroad to pur­sue a Master’s in Pho­tog­ra­phy at Sa­van­nah Col­lege of Art and De­sign in the United States. With more than 10 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence in pho­tog­ra­phy abroad and in Thai­land, Term­sit is cur­rently a free­lance pho­tog­ra­pher based in Bangkok. An artis­tic take on por­trai­ture has made sura­chet mi­dam’s work stand out. He de­vel­ops all of his tech­niques ac­cord­ing to Robert Capa’s fa­mous motto: If your pho­to­graphs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough. He aims to rep­re­sent the feel­ings and per­spec­tives of his sub­jects in unique ways. Made in Paris, pro­cessed around the world and cur­rently re­sid­ing in Bangkok, parisa “inns” pi­chit­marn’s life­long love for words be­gan the mo­ment she could be­gin to write. A big cheer­leader of print, she is one of the au­thors of trivia book Thai­land At Ran­dom, and was pre­vi­ously edi­tor of Muse and Elite Life at Bangkok Post. Nowa­days, Parisa still makes her way with words as a writer for var­i­ous news­pa­pers, magazines, fash­ion houses and agen­cies across Asia. prach “mega” khana­nu­rak is a videog­ra­pher who grad­u­ated with a Fine Arts de­gree from Sil­pakorn Univer­sity. His ma­jor in­ter­ests in­clude art, movies, mu­sic and travel, and he draws work­ing in­spi­ra­tion from his sur­round­ings and daily life. He con­sid­ers his work like record­ing mo­ments in a time cap­sule, as “ev­ery event will hap­pen only once”. Now more than 15 years into his ca­reer, kaan suchanin first took an in­ter­est in pho­tog­ra­phy dur­ing his time at univer­sity. Al­though he is ex­pe­ri­enced in many dif­fer­ent gen­res, Kaan spe­cialises in food, por­trait and wed­ding shoots. He’s al­ways ready to learn some­thing new. After all, his motto is, “the best job is the next one.”

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