About Me

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My name is Natalie Natthisa Sroisudaratna, from Thailand. At a young age, my family introduced me to the quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson: 'Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and make a trail.' This quote inspiring me to embrace my originality, encourage independent thinking, stay open-minded, and pioneer new directions in life. One significant milestone in my life was receiving a scholarship to study in the US during high school. This opportunity pushed my boundaries, fostering independence and exposing me to academic achievements and diverse career prospects. As my passion for photography deepened, I found myself contemplating the purpose and benefits of my work in relation to my family, society, and the world at large.

I yearned for more than just self-expression or storytelling; I wanted to make a tangible impact on people's lives and extend it toward global well-being. This realization led me to recognize the power of merging my creative passion with the realm of science and technology. The motivation to become part of a dedicated force that creates profound and positive change drives me to pursue a career as a UX/UI designer. In this ever-evolving field, I see endless possibilities for innovation and progress. My ultimate goal is to contribute to a world where technology and products not only enable but also empower people, making their lives more efficient, sustainable, and enjoyable. Additionally, I aim to express creativity through art, share knowledge, and foster collaboration and learning.


MS in Human and Computer Interaction DePaul University
BFA in Photography Columbia College Chicago