Looksorn was born in Bangkok Thailand, she graduated from George Mason University in 2016 with Bachelor of Fine Arts concentration in Photography. She is now based in Washington metropolis area and in Thailand during summer. She was learning new culture when she first got to the United States as a street photographer. Her interested in snapshot has evolved into documentary photography and portrait later.
Robert Frank stronly influenced Looksorn to oberserve American’s culture with the innocent eyes of an outside. Wolfgang Tilmans inspired her work installation style because she makes prints in many different sizes, which requires in be installed in salon style. Looksorn is now experimenting with color films after she has studied the work of Chan Chao.
Looksorn's long term project is a series where she documents an ice factory her family runs in Thailand was inspired by Ai Weiwei. She grew up in the artificial coldest place of Thailand and has seen many migrant labors since she was born. Looksorn didn’t see any discrimination; she does not isolate them from Thai citizen or society. Even thought all of them are legal, but polices will always come to her parents and ask for bribe if they wanted to protect the workers. That is where many political situations started to get involve as the business goes on. Looksorn is interested in how her family adapts to the situations over time. She is also presenting this idea of process of making ice: everything is human made.