Supapij Xoomsai Na Ayudhya

A creative entrepreneur, vocalist, a natural artist, Supapij Xoomsai Na Ayudhya is a versatile individual with a strong passion in arts, art performance and music.

After achieving a BSc (Hons) Biochemistry from the University of Nottingham in 2007, Supapij worked full-time in Sales and Marketing with Reckitt Benckiser (Thailand) and as freelance translator, voiceover and MC. In the meantime, Supapij started to take vocal lessons with Mr. Bhakin Jiramongkolsuk for 1.5 years until she decided to pursue her MA in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (Drama) at the Goldsmiths College, London in 2010.

During her Master's degree and after she has graduated in 2011, Supapij has participated in numerous London-based band both as a backing and Lead vocalist. She also was the initiator, a member and manager of the Venusians, a female vocalist trio band in which she wrote the harmony parts, choreographed and trained the band members. The Venusians received great feedback as a support act for the Eron Falbo band's music industry showcase at the BBC West One Club, London. Also Eron Falbo's debut single "Beat the Drums" in which Supapij wrote the harmony parts, sang on, and participated as a model in the music video, was released through Universal Music (as a distributor) and was featured on the BBC Radio 2.

Since 2011, Supapij has been performing regularly with various bands (eg. Warehouse Republic, Tom Bradley, Bee & Paul, etc.), at different well-known London music venues and UK music festival--including the Secret Garden Party, one of the most popular music festivals in Europe with over 32,000 audiences in 2012. Currently a self-employed, London-based hand drawn illustrator artist and vocalist, Supapij is receiving vocal coaching from Brooke Procida, a highly professional musical theatre performer with over 20 years of experiences in numerous off-Broadway productions, New York.

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