Pomme Sasathorn Srivikorn Hongsananda
My family has always been supportive with whatever I do as my dear Mother and her family has always wanted whats best for me and made me spent most of my teen years till present day growing up in the UK. This of course, has taught me a few things. Not only it has broaden my perspective with life in general, but it has open another interesting chapter within my creativity skills of how perspective can expand the visual skills I seem to hold. With that, you break down and utilize all the different types of skills you have, (practice makes absolute perfect) and there, a few years later you find yourself standing on the edge of Andes, over looking the most amazing view of Macchu Picchu, realising that 'This is the Dream. This is what I want to do.'
The great sources of inspiration today comes primarily from traveling to many parts of the world and the rich and vibrant culture each country has to offer and that's why documentary photography is something I've come to be most passionate about. This has taught me to challenge the use of composition, colour and lighting techniques where this set skill becomes so useful, especially when I work with models in the studio to shoot Fashion editorials.
There are no limitations to how much I can challenge myself, as there is always room for improvement and obviously more ambition is built from that.
Photography has always been something close to my heart and will always remain that way.