Thanakorn Telan is a freelance creative art photographer whose work focuses mostly on artistic nude, portraiture and street.
Thanakorn attended the University of Southern California, and received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Master in Public Administration. In 2013 , he turned 51 years of age and decided that his true passion was in Fine Art and not in the business world. He uses cameras to be his tools to produce his art work. Currently, Thanakorn's work has been featured in international publications and media. As well as exhibitions in Thailand, France, Italy and Argentina .
My photography captures moments that are often overlooked, unnoticed or taken for granted. Through my lens, I aim to reveal the beauty and poetry in everyday life.
I have always been drawn to the power of visual storytelling. My work is inspired by the human experience, the natural world, and the emotions that come with them. I believe that photography is a powerful tool for communication and self-expression, capable of bridging cultural, social and political boundaries.
I strive to create images that are honest, intimate and meaningful. I am constantly experimenting with new techniques and approaches to bring my vision to life. Whether I am shooting in a bustling city or a quiet forest, my goal is to capture a moment that will resonate with the viewer, provoke thought and spark a conversation.
My work is not limited to any particular genre or subject matter. Instead, I am interested in exploring the infinite possibilities of photography as a medium. From documentary to abstract, black and white to color, my images are a reflection of my curiosity and willingness to take risks.
Ultimately, I hope that my photographs will inspire others to look at the world with fresh eyes, to see beauty in unexpected places, and to appreciate the fleeting moments that make life worth living.