(Born 1981), his works is straightforward and accessible; conveying feelings without overt messages.
However, some of these pieces are interpreted as provoking a deeper message; a reflection on cultural antiquity and the beauty of subtlety.
He was first inspired by the puppets following a trip to the National Museum during his sophomore year at Silpakorn. He began to paint them and the more he painted them, the deeper his engagement with the art of puppetry became.
He aimed to recreate the feeling he received when entering the puppet room that showcased pieces over 100 years old. The first pieces painted were ordinary portrayals of puppets, but later had subtler elements added.