A b o u t  Me

My name is Bryce Watanasoponwong, My passion for photography began in the wedding, portrait and documentary style. It's not until he discovered street photography and especially abstract elements of the street, that he realised that it is a genre that he wants to focus on. View My Profile on ArtRabbit

Bryce Watanasoponwong

   Areas of Interest   

  • - Fine Art
  • - Street Abstract
  • - Photojournalist

When I go out on the street with my camera, I appreciate
meeting new people from different cultures. I enjoy the raw reality of
everyday life, the fleeting beauty, the quirkiness and the humour
of those in-between moments, and I do my best to capture every scene with an open mind.

While being on the street, I especially look for elements of the
abstract. Colours, natural light, shapes, and textures are elements
that I find the most fascinating. It is through this process of discovery that
I identify the subject matter and the abstract qualities I wish to emphasise.

  Curriculum Vitae  


  • 2012 - People’s Choice ‘Art & About, Sydney Life’, Hyde Park, Sydney, We Look Great

Duo Exhibition

Group Exhibitions

  • 2017 - ‘Street Shooting Around the World’, Los Angeles Center of Photography, Los Angeles
  • 2016 - ‘StreetFoto San Fran Festival’, StreetFoto San Francisco, San Francisco
  • 2013 - ‘Thailand Street Photography’, Documentary Arts of Asia (DAA), Chiang Mai
  • 2013 - ‘Bangkok Now!’, Bangkok Art and Cultural Center (BCAA), Bangkok
  • 2012 - ‘Art & About, Sydney Life’, Hyde Park, Sydney

Visual Art Education


The Wonder of Strangeness by Bryce Watanasoponwong

An online portfolio of Bryce Watanasoponwong, Fine Art, Street Photography, Art, Photography. Abstract, quirky, strange, unique, and minimalist.
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