Raised on the shores of Long Island, New York, Kemachat has witnessed first-hand the devastating results of hurricanes that have increasingly strengthened by climate change. With a passion for eco-socialism, the environment, and a deep sense of empathy for communities that have been adversely affected by climate change, Kemachat has traveled for the last two years and continues to work on “What May Come,” and has produced a series of images that captures your visual attention while informing about complex social-ecological issues. Kemachat Sirichanvimol received his Master of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He had his first solo exhibition in April of 2019 at the Garcia | Wilburn Gallery of Atlanta and has exhibited at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, Midwest Center for Photography in Kansas, Atlanta Photo Group, and at the Savannah College of Art and Design in connection to the “Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival” in 2017 and 2018. For his work on the series “What May Come,” Kemachat has also received Honorable Mention by International Photo Award | Lucie Foundation and the London International Creative Competition, Silver Award by The Prix de la Photographie, Paris, and Emerging Photographers to Watch by the London International Creative Competition. As a professional artist, environmental awareness, conservation, and social advocacy continue to be a core focus of Kemachat’s work.