Ohm is an award-winning international artist and photographer. Born in Bangkok, and raised and educated in the U.S., Ohm has degrees in Law, Communications, Filmmaking and Photography, and Imaging Arts. Ohm received a Light work's fellowship award (2011) and Newspace Center for Photography award (2012). Ohm's works have gained international recognition and received more than 10 international awards, and published 12 books, three of which are solos. Ohm has exhibited in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. To date he has more than 80 exhibitions to his credits. Ohm is represented by Anzenberger agency, Austria; Getty Images, Corbis, and Wenn. Ohm's works deal with issues of sexual identity, nonverbal communication, and subculture. His most recent work, Identity crisis: transsexual series won Sony World Photography award 2009 and has since gained worldwide exposure as part of a global exhibition. Ohm's current project, Underage, deals with a controversial subject of underage male prostitutes in Thailand. Ohm has taught and lectured in many universities, including the Rochester Institute of Technology, Savannah College of Art, Georgia State University, Atlanta College of Art, Georgia Perimeter College, Silpakorn University, Rangsit University, Assumption University, among others.
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