Aroon Thaewchatturat has been shooting assignment and stock photography since 2004. Her features have appeared in magazines such as GEO, Silverkris (Singapore Inflight), MERIAN, Spiegel-Online and The Far Eastern Economic Review, while Aroon’s stock imagery has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, The Financial Times, Condé Nast, Lonely Planet and many other publications.

Aroon has published four photobooks which three of them with German travel publisher Reise Know How. She has contributed images to many other Reise Know How titles, including Thailand Handbook, Bangkok City Guide, South Thailand, Island Trip – Ko Samui, Ko Phangan Ko Tao, Culture Shock Thailand Minorities, and City Trip – Angkor and Siem Reap. Her fourth and most recent photobook, Sacred Skin – Thailand’s Spirit Tattoos, was published by Visionary World, has been the subjects of two documentaries and garnered more than 20 reviews, including praise from TIME Magazine, CNN, El Mundo, Die Zeit and The Wall Street Journal.

She won an Emmy for her production work for CBS News 60 Minutes on the plight of Thailand’s Moken sea nomads in the wake of the 2004 Tsunami.

Since September 2009, Aroon’s work is represented by Alamy, a UK based stock photo agency.

She has contributed many images to the recently published Moon Angkor Wat.

Aroon works predominantly in South and South East Asia, but has recently been shooting several feature stories in France, Morocco, Egypt and New Zealand.