Hello! My name is Chutiya Metheesupapak. I was born in Bangkok, Thailand. In my kindergarten years, I studied at Worasarn Pittaya School. Then, I started my first grade at the only bilingual school in Thailand (at the time), Sarasas Ektra, and stayed until high school. During my high school years, I took a test to join the First Global Assesment Certification (GAC), which is an International program created by American College Testing Program as known as ACT. It was successful, but I was struggling so much during those times.
Because I was not an A student at that time, my IELTS score was .5 short for American university standard. For that reason, a month after I graduated high school, I flew to the United States and started my ESL class at BEI Institution. After a year, I joined Houston Community College and pursuing an Associate of Arts Degree concentrating in Communications: Television and Radio Broadcasting.
My last semester at HCC, I joined “The Egalitarian,” which is a student newspaper; I got an opportunity to interview, take some shots and write articles about the events that were happening a week or two before the actual newspaper published online and in-print throughout HCC campuses.
Fast forward to my Junior year at the University of Houston, I was so worried about what would happen to me in this unfamiliar environment. Nevertheless, I got through it and started my Senior year with optimism. Postliminary, I graduated with the Magna Cum Laude Honors (GPA: 3.791) upon a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Production major and a Marketing minor.
Along with all the courses that I had to accomplished, I’m also producing music on the side and formed a band called “PeaceXPiece.”
From this point on, I’m going to apply for a job in the television industry and hope to become a Music/TV producer and deliver distinguishing products/outputs to the audience.