Growing up in Thailand as a little girl, Suparom Ronyut was inspired by the storytelling and rich visuals of Disney and Spielberg films her mom bought her on VHS. Once she grew up she moved to Australia on her own and got a job as a Food and Beverage attendee at the Art Center of Melbourne—one look at an exhibition and she knew she wanted to study design from that moment on. Suparom was finally able to pursue her creative dreams at Shillington Melbourne which enabled her to land the amazing Creative Fellowship at Rare with Google!
Shillington prepared me to work in the real world. It’s the best course and the best investment in my opinion. The course duration isn’t long, and it suits me who wants to change a career path. Most importantly, it’s affordable.
Check out Suparom’s adventures on Instagram and see some of the latest work she’s produced—full of her signature illustrations, animations, type experiments and more. Lots of our graduates present their post-Shillington work with the #Shillumni hashtag.