In 2009, he won Gold Prize in photography in Florence Biennale in Italy.
His work is collected by National Gallery of Thailand, Macao Museum of Art, Shenzhen Art Museum, Zhuhai Museum, Hunan Art Museum, HSBC (Shanghai), Art Magazine (Beijing) as well as private collections in the US, Great Britain, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, and Thailand.
Under the premium version, unlimited “likes" will no longer be free.
Users will also have to shell out for features that previously let them undo swipes and connect with people in different locations.
Launched in November 2013, Love Out Loud Asia (LOLA), takes what it calls an "activity-based approach" based on ideas for dates to make the experience more about meeting up instead of just swiping right or left.
LOLA simply requires you to create a profile using your basic information and interests in order to start using the app.
Unlike Tinder's free service which restricts the number of likes, Paktor has unlimited liking capabilities and allows you to take back a swipe if you made a mistake.
The service is also available in nine other countries, including Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.
In 2005, he obtained nomination for “Best foreign Photographer” from International Photography Festival in Korea.
In 2006 he received an “Excellent Photographer Award” from International Photography Festival in Shanxi.
Users need to have a minimum of 50 friends to sign up with Paktor.