In 2012, he began to see photography as a form of narrative. Producing lens-based works, the artist acquires a language to work with the subject by changing the language that best suits the form of the subject he wants to tell. Karakütük, one of the founders of Ka Photo Development Workshop and Fotolab Print Space, won the FUAM Kassel joint jury the best model book award with his book Wet Sorrow at Istanbul Photobook Festival (2017). He produced 4 different model books from 2013 to 2017; Vitrivirus Man (2013 independent publication), Babam (2013 independent publication), -3 (2014 independent publication), Wet Hüzün (2017). In the "Share of Angels" exhibition held by Galeri Nev in Istanbul, Depo in September 2017, works of important names of Turkish art history such as Erol Akyavaş, Candeğer Furtun and Mübin Orhon were viewed. The artist launched his book "Wet Sorrow" in May 2018 at Galeri Nev, while the NevNesil "Monomit" exhibition, in which he was included, was ongoing. The works of the artist, who continued his works in his own workshop in Ankara, were last viewed at the "Golden Age" exhibition held on the occasion of the thirty-fifth anniversary of Galeri Nev.