“Let me take pictures of you.” Then, Tada Hengsapkul, a photographer, said to me, “I have a favorite place,” and took me a dim and smelly space where yellow-garbage trucks are ranged under the expressway. “It’s not bad, is it?” Tada said proudly and jumped over the oily puddle lightly. “Why do you take the nude?” “I wanna express the pure and organic utopia.” the young photographer was posturing ideally with a flower. “Can you slip out of clothes?” I tried to take a nude picture, too, and Tada undid two buttons of his shirts. Then, he made a funny face and said, fooling, “No, not here.” His sexual objects are close friends or lovers, sometimes homeless people or incest among siblings. “The indecent expressions sometimes cause arguments in Thailand, but it’s not my purpose,” he mumbled over the Chao Phraya, where that evening sun was going down.
Born in 1987,Dinosaur Academy Of Art.
Received his Bachelor’s Degree of Art of Photography from Pohchang Academy of Art