{ EDUCATION } { EXPERIENCE } { EXPOSURE } { PRESS }


{ EDUCATION }



2019:
Open Set lab & school for social relevance of design & visual culture
A 6-month social design program for Amsterdam Southeast The Bijlmerʼ

2017 - 2019:
Master in Visual Arts ‘Art Senses Lab’ Hogeschool PXL-MAD Hasselt, Belgium
Visual Arts in focus on the lower senses (smell, taste, and touch) International Master Program

2010 - 2013:
Bacherlor in Communication Design, International Program Chulalongkorn university, Bangkok, Thailand

2009:
A 10-month exchange student program in Raymore-Peculiar Highschool, Missouri, USA



{ EXPERIENCE }



2013 - currently:
Creative Designer on Experience Design and Sensory Design, Hasselt, BE

2018:
Internship in Food Design at Studio Katja Gruijters, De Steeg, NL

2014 - 2017:
Event Creative & Project Manager The Embassy of Design Territory, Bangkok, TH

2014:
Internship in Experience Design at a-n-d studio, Stockholm, SE

2013:
Art Director at Erb (skincare, perfume & lifestyle brand), Bangkok, TH

2012:
Internship in Visual Merchandising & Set Design at Stretsis & Amatina, Bangkok, TH

2011:
Internship in Graphic Design at KKelvin studio, Bangkok, TH



{ EXPOSURE }




2021

Tenderly
Robijn wijnbar, Genk, BE

Where the grass smells blue - group exhibition
Kabelfabriek Draka, Amsterdam, NL

Non native native fair (online exhibition)
Amsterdam, NL

2020

Dutch Design Week 2020 (online exhibition)
Eindhoven, NL

Bangkok art book fair co-op project (online & on-site)
Bookshop library, Bangkok citycity gallery, Bangkok, TH

2019

Transhumanity - group exhibition
Sigulda, LV

‘On the practice of Tuning-in’ Open Set Symposium
Pakhuis De Zwijger, Amsterdam, NL

2018

EXIT 2018 Graduation show - group exhibition
Cultuurcentrum (CCHA), Hasselt, BE

Enter PXL-MAD Graduation show 2018 - group exhibition
Herkenrodekazerne, Hasselt, BE

Sensory Intervention in Symphony @ the museum
and& summit and festival 2018, M-Museum Leuven, BE



{ PRESS }



Focus on foraging in Dutch Design Week 2020 - Mold magazine, US

In conversation with Bookmark magazine Issue 04 by Bookshop library

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