I was an undergraduate student studying design and architecture when I first owned a digital DSLR camera.
From that point on one thing led to another. What began as a hobby or occasionally taking photos of faculty's annual events became more serious. Just like everybody else, it all started with learning and mastering new techniques, and shooting portraits were amongst the first things I practiced.
Back when I started, taking photos were strictly for fun. After numerous years, through exploring new genres and being inspired by many experienced photographers and their work, it all started to make sense to me the impact that a single photograph could have and the timeless story it could tell. I started off by shooting graduation ceremonies and all sort of events. I ended up discovering my passion for wedding photography and telling the stories of each couple's important day.
Trials and errors drove me to start developing my own styles and beliefs. I believe that as we grow we are still evolving and many things will continue to define and shape us, but after many years of experience, one thing stays true: real moments.
It is my strong belief that the single most important thing to capture during any given occasion is what's real. This could mean letting a scene unfold itself before your eyes without interfering, or allowing unplanned circumstances to happen.
As a person in the story, you are free to cherish those moments. As a photographer, it is our responsibility to tell those stories and give you the chance to go back in time.
So here at Sakolsilp, what really took place is what we aim to capture in every work of ours. We will take your photos exactly the way you are, with everything occurring naturally and genuinely.
It is our intention to collect and deliver these moments that may only happen in one second but will likely last a lifetime. Through our perspective we will capture these moments and approach them as honestly as we could.
Thank you for putting your trust in us, and thank you if we are about to get to know each other.
Chakkraphob Sermphasit (Jom)