Lieu de résidence:Bangkok, Thailand
Page Web personnelle:http://www.songcharoen.com
Vorapoj Songcharoen, he is a Thai's multimedia designer and photographer based in Bangkok. He graduated from Chulalongkorn University, faculty of Fine and Applied Art, BFA. Bachelor of Fine Art concentrated in Photographic Art. Then he earned his MFA. Master of Fine Art degree in Graphic Design from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, U.S.A. He also intern at the DI Group, Editel Boston while he in graduate school.
After graduated he working as art director for Design Time Magazine in Boston during summer, then become Digital Imaging Specialist and Designer at 5000K Color Studio in Boston for 3 years. After return to Thailand, he founded Songcharoen Media Group in November 16, 1995.
He had done some panoramic projects since then, such as a Thailand's First Virtual Reality archives of The Golden Jubilee Pavilion by using QuickTime Virtual Reality technology.
He also commissioned by Bureau of The Royal Household THAILAND to created the world first virtual palaces on internet. He's currently consulting and teaching at numbers of governments, private sectors and universities.
Recent Accomplishments and Projects:
2010: Thailand Virtual Destination Project, http://www.SawasdeeVR.com co-sponsor by Tourism Authority of Thailand
2010: Corporate Media Archives for Advertising Department, Thai Airways PCL.
2009: Thai Royal Palaces Virtual Tour, http://www.palaces.thai.net/vt/vtgp/ for Bureau of the Royal Household
2008: Digital Music Library Project for King Rama IX Music Library and Princess Sirindhorn Music Library, http://www.kingramamusic.org
2007: He also a member of ViewAt.org a panoramic photography community from Valencia, Spain http://viewat.org/spaces/peterman1967/portfolio/
The most highlight panoramas by Vorapoj Songcharoen
Scars in Thai heart: after the riots in Bangkok, Thailand
จุดชมวิวเขาแดง อ.กุยบุรี จ.ประจวบคิรีขันธ์ จากทางขึ้นเขียนว่าประมาณ 300 เมตร แต่ ทางขึ้นลำบากมาก และรู้สึกว่าไกลจริงๆ แถมป้ายบอกทางไม่ดีเลย...
The entrance of Phrameru of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana, Bangkok