Contributor Profile October 2013
What do you see when you investigate your surroundings? Do you
see stark walls in a bare room, or a table with an unfilled glass?
How about a desolate road on a dreary autumn day?
This month's contributor Nuttakit, who hails from Thailand,
views the unexpected where others may perceive nothing. Instead of
emptiness he sees vibrant textures rich with depth, mesmerizing
repeating patterns dancing with rhythm, and beautiful dynamics
yearning to be captured and brought to life. He loves investigating
further to reveal fullness in seemingly unexpected places.
When asked about his motivation for capturing some of the rich
imagery used in his photography-he explains, "The beauty of
everything around me at the time makes me want to keep it." This
fundamental curiosity is the fuel that fires commercial and fine
arts photographers alike.
If you're still having a hard time finding splendor amongst your
surroundings, he leaves us with words of inspiration, "Many of my
friends laugh when they see an empty wall or blank sheet of paper
as result of my work… but all around us, everything has value and
meaning in itself. Use your creativity to find new things."
View Nuttakit's work on Veer