That is why he decided to centre his graduate collection around disabilities. He began his research by filming public spaces looking for people with physical impairments, with many of his clips filmed around CSM. He spoke with great inspiration when showing me some of his video research, stating that it was “really enjoyable” for him and that he “became happier each time because they’re not giving up.”
Some generic responses to questions on passion and fashion are not to be found here. As he tells me his BA in Thailand was “art and 2D, all I did was art and 2D,” but that he had always been interested in how people dress, particularly older generations, who he thinks portray experiences better than some youths following celebrity trends. This interesting reflection on how people dress comes to surface even more as I question his experiences throughout his childhood and how it has impacted his creative process leading to his MA research.