Wherever he travels, he finds that two is indeed better than one. Mothers and sons working together to prepare a nights meal, two carefree friends splashing in a mud puddle or a farmer working the land with his two finest cattle; all share a common theme of togetherness, affection and a bonding moment.
His favorite image of the bunch is one of an older couple, two grandparents who have shared their lives with one another for over 67 years. In that time frame, they have aged and seen the world evolve around them, but their connection and dedication to one another is strong, and this is exactly what is captured in one photograph. “This photo represents a great dream and goal for any couple who sees it.”
It is moments like this that will forever be remembered by those who were present., but behind the camera are memories also being made. “My most memorable moments are taking trips with my best friends, we enjoy the same things and understand one another. We share everything when we can and that’s a wonderful thing to have. I had a great camera, saw great places and had a great trip with my best friends.”
The bulk of his images are caught when on the road whereby Sarawut and his friends hop in a car and drive down paths in search of a story. He has come across many different people along his travels, each unique in there own way.