Born in Thailand in 1994, Kamonlak Sukchai grew up in the Ratchaburi Province. She holds a BA in Film Production Design from Srinakharinwirot University (Prasarnmitr) and an MA in Visual Arts from King Mong kut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang. Her initial destination career was a screenplay writer. After she graduated, it was the beginning of her photography career. Since she had a new film camera (Pentax k1000) from her father which he used when he was a teenager, he taught her how to use it. Afterwards, she was deeply interested and into photography. Moreover, she learned by herself. Then, she turned her destination of her life from a screenplay writer to take photos instead.

Her works explore the relations between sex and believe that go along together in parallel worlds of this culture and the effect that contributes to her present creative including other series. She is a harvest from a part of a conservative family as well as a social culture of upcountry where she born. The purpose of her works is to finding the meaning of sexuality from an old believe in Southeast Asia and attempt to experiment with photography.

“RED LOTUS’ was selected for inclusion in Dutch Contemporary Photography Magazine Foam’s ‘FOAM TALENT’ alongside just 20 other artists worldwide. Now she is a Freelance Artist, represented by Asian Spiritual Playground.