About me
Here’s a little light reading
about yours truly

Art direction, big ideas, and stuff

I always knew I wanted to do something creative. So I started my career in filmmaking, where I produced and edited numerous commercials. It wasn’t until later that I became interested in advertising. After honing my craft, I transitioned into art direction and went on to work with many great people at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, MullenLowe, McCann, and then Ogilvy.

I was born and raised in Thailand but spent many formative years in Canada, San Francisco, and North Carolina. My experiences of both Eastern and Western cultures have shaped my view of the world and taught me the value of being open to new ideas and perspectives. 

In 2014, I moved to New York City to work with—and be inspired by—the best creative idea-makers in the world. Developing an obsession for detail and a passion for great design, I’ve been professionally recognized by The One Show, New York Festival, Cresta International Advertising Awards, and Effie Awards. My work has been featured on CNN and ABC News, as well as in Forbes, Time, The New York Post, Huffington Post, Wired, and many other publications. 

Off the clock, I love exploring culinary art, attending French class, and trying to perfect my backhand swing on the tennis court.