Atlanta, GA, USA
Ohm is an award-winning international photographer and filmmaker. Bangkok-born, U.S.-based artist,
Ohm's works often deal with controversial issues involving identity, sexuality, sub-cultures, and
underprivileged group of people. His ongoing documentary project, Underage, deals with underage
male prostitutes in Thailand in an attempt to understand the mind of the boys and the reasoning behind
A former fashion editor of Esquire, Ohm has worked with Interview, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Travel & Leisure, Men's Health, Sources, Genre, Attitude, among others.
Educationally, Ohm has a law degree from Thammasat University, and four Masters' degrees in
Communications, Filmmaking, Imaging Arts, and Photography. Ohm has taught and
lectured at many universities, including Rochester Institute of Technology, Rangsit University, ABAC,
and Bangkok University, University of Hawaii, Academy of Art Cologne, to name a few.
Ohm has participated in more than 100 exhibitions worldwide and received more than 10 international
awards, including Sony World Photography, Epson, Lightwork, Critical Mass, PDN, to name a few.
Ohm has received a number of fellowships and artist-in-residence including Columbia College,
Syracuse University, Newspace Center for Photography, and Documentary Asia.
Ohm is represented by Anzenberger (Austria), and Getty images.
2015 - Fellowship, Columbia College Chicago, 2012 - 2015, Nikon-Documentary photography fellowship, 2012 - Fellowship, Newspace Center for Photography, 2011 - Artist-in-Residence, Lightwork
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