Bryce Watanasoponwong is a Thai-Australian photographer with a passion for combining street photography and abstract art to create compositions that layer textures. He has been greatly influenced and inspired by the works of world-renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, etc. Incorporating the works of other forms of arts has helped him gain a new and expanded perspective on his photography and the world in general. He notes: “For me, street photography is my training ground for becoming a better photographer. It is a self-discovery process that helps to identify myself in the art scene. I love to explore surroundings most people pass by without ever noticing: worlds of daily lives that, upon closer inspection, open into stories of perspective.