Saritdikhun Somasa (Sarit) has three degrees in Art Education, a BFA In Visual Design, and an MFA in Multimedia Design. He taught digital arts focusing on 3D digital form and animation at Bowling Green State University for 14 years since 2004. In 1998, during his bachelor's degree at the University of Oregon, he worked part-time at game developer company Dynamix, Inc. and published by Sierra On-Line, Inc. in Eugene, Oregon. He worked on texturing and modeling on Starsiege: Tribes (Dec 23, 1998) and Field & Stream: Trophy Bass 3D (Jun 16, 1999) game. Since 2011, he has been working with 3D animation, digital sculpting, and 3D printing along with woodworking, metalsmithing, photography, painting, drawing, and video as part of his creative practice. His interests are in kinematic arts and 3D zoetrope. His future works will use virtual and physical hi-tech interactions such as robotics, holographic, stop motion, and digital sculptures and animation.