Ohm Phanphiroj is an international award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and educator. Ohm’s works deal with controversial issues including sexuality, identity, gender roles, human exploitation, and the contemporary male nude.

Ohm has participated in more than one hundred exhibitions internationally, including the Verona Grenze Arsenal Fotografici 2018, Iran Biennale 2016, Moscow Biennale 2014, Noorderlicht International Photo Festival 2012, and Sommerblut Art Festival 2011.

Ohm’s critical works has earned him fellowships from Art Institute of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, Lightwork, Newspace Center for Photography; Nikon-Noor Photography Award, Sony World Photography Award, Epson, Critical Mass, and Society for Photographic Education.

Ohm’s works are in the permanent collection at the Kinsey Institute, Lesley-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian, Syracuse University, Savannah College of Art, University of Florida, Columbia College Chicago, Indiana University, Emory University, The School of Art Institute of Chicago, and in private collections throughout the world.

Ohm is represented by Anzenberger, Austria.

You Wil Be There series, 2016-2018, Color Photography
The Space Between Us, 2018
Underage # 25, 2011-2016, Color Photography
Transsexual series # 3, 2011, Color Photography
The Deaf Boy's Disease's trailer, 2018, Film
Film Portfolio, 2018, Video
Journey, 2017, Video
Underage, 2012, Video
Ballad of Life: Aram Niakan's suicide story, 2016, Moving Image