Nat Prakobsantisuk is a Thai photographer and visual artist based in Bangkok. He is best known for his unique and creative approach to photography, which often combines elements of traditional Thai culture with modern techniques.
Born in Bangkok in 1985, Nat was exposed to photography from an early age. His father was a professional photographer, and Nat quickly developed an interest in the art form. After graduating from high school, he attended the prestigious Chulalongkorn University where he studied photography and visual arts.
Nat's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the world, including at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, the National Gallery of Thailand, and the Singapore Art Museum. He has also been commissioned to create works for various international brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Samsung.
In addition to his commercial work, Nat is also passionate about documenting everyday life in Thailand through his personal projects. His photographs capture the beauty of everyday moments that often go unnoticed by most people. He has also published several books featuring his work, including "Thailand Through My Lens" (2015) and "The Beauty of Everyday Life" (2017).
Nat's work has earned him numerous awards over the years, including a nomination for the Prix Pictet Award in 2018. He continues to push boundaries with his photography and strives to create unique images that capture both traditional Thai culture and modern life.