Creative Migration (East)
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Thailand



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Susannah Tantemsapya 

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Shane Bunnag


Shane Bunnag is a photo-artist and filmmaker of Thai and Irish descent. He was born in Cambridge, England, in 1976 and grew up in Greece. He studied History (MA) at the University of Edinburgh.

Shane’s photographic practice is fine-art oriented, non-documentary, and is in the collection of MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiangmai.

Since his debut fictional feature, the Greek language “Ola Gia Tipota” shot in 2004, Shane’s filmmaking career has spanned fiction, documentary and experimental works. He became a National Geographic Explorer with his 2012 ethnographic documentary “Elephant Shaman.” He has been commissioned by international broadcasters, such as Al Jazeera English, and screened films at art spaces and festivals in Asia and Europe, including the Thessaloniki Film Festival, the Bangkok World Film Festival and the National Gallery of Thailand.



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Tanatip Arunanondchai



Tanatip “Ten” Arunanondchai, is an accomplished industrial designer with a track record of launching successful products to the market. He has spent the past three years as a product designer at Snap, Inc. He has achieved industry firsts through Snap’s cutting-edge products Spectacles 2 and Spectacles 3.

Prior to Snap Inc., Tanatip spent eight years at One & Co in San Francisco creating multiple beautiful, iconic products and experiences such as HTC Vive, HTC EVO, HTC Incredible and HTC One M10.

Ten has a BFA in Industrial Design and a minor in Interaction Design from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). He has been guest lecturer in design programs at Stanford University and California College of the Arts (CCA). He is also a recipient of numerous patents and awards from ID Magazine, IDSA, Business Week, IF Industries Hannover and Red Dot.


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Satayaphorn Tantemsapya

Satayaphorn Tantemsapya is a retired Thai national with experience in finance, education, hospitality and sustainability. From mid 1960s to late 1990s, he worked in the financial sector including IBM Thailand, Bangkok Bank, Bangkok Metro Bank, Thai Development Bank and the World Trade Center (Thailand). During that time, he also taught at Thammasat University, The Thai Chamber of Commerce University and Assumption University.

Since 1997, he has served as the Executive Director of The Pinnacle Hotel Lumpinee, Bangkok. From 2018 to 2019, he was a consultant for Scholars of Sustenance (SOS), a food rescue NGO. Satayaphorn is the author of the books All About Wines and Golf Lessons Illustrated which were published in Thailand. He has also been the editor of the Boston University Alumni Association Directory since 1975.

Satayaphorn holds a BS in Business Administration, International Business (1964) from Boston University. Prior to graduating he also attended Bristol College of Commerce and St. David's College, University College of Wales in the United Kingdom. He is a member of the Boston University Alumni Association in Thailand, AUA, OESA, Old European Students, Assumption Association and the Commanderie du Bontemps de Medoc et Des Graves, Bordeaux, France.

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