Thailand's three judges on this year's Spikes Asia jury are all from independent agencies

Rojana, Sanpathit, Damisa.jpgAn interesting sub story to this week's announcement of the Spikes Asia 2017 juries is that for the first time all of Thailand's representatives on the jury are all from independent agencies.
Three independents representing Thailand this year:

Rojana Chuasakul (pictured left) Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Storyteller Bangkok in the FILM, PRINT & PUBLISHING AND PRINT & OUTDOOR CRAFT.

"I am ready to be inspired from all the great jury inside the judging room, and excited to witness fresh ideas that can be a solution for human, create opportunity for the brand and come up with such an inspiring creativity that brings those lives." said Rojana.
Sanpathit Tavijaroen (pictured centre) Founder and Film Director, Dream Riders in FILM CRAFT.

I am look forwarding to view some of the crafting works coming from such a diversity hub which there's no other region can provide like Asia. For me a great crafting work is all about serving the idea with the perfect mixture of using the right tone and rhythm of film-making skills. It's never about how big the budget given but rather focusing on how to craft an idea to become a piece of work which will resonate audiences emotion." said Sanpathit.

Damisa Ongsiriwattana (pictured right) Co-Founder and Executive Creative Director, SOUR Bangkok in DESIGN.

"In the past few years, branded design works have been playing big roles in communication. I my opinion I think design is an universal language where everybody can get its message, sometime without a word. I feel excited and expect to see fresh, courage and diversity in both design work and inside the judging panal from this Award Festival." said Damisa.

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