Bangkok-born to a diplomatic family which meant moving often and living in various places from London to Jakarta, Chomwan Weeraworawit has a PhD. from King’s College London in Intellectual Property and Fashion with her thesis on Intellectual Property and the Textiles Industry in Developing Countries. This specialisation led her to co-found Philip Huang, a lifestyle brand that uses sustainably sourced materials and collaborates with the villages of Northeast Thailand to produce clothing as well as functioning as a vehicle to collaborate with artisans and artists to explore craftsmanship and to tell their stories. Prior to this she founded Mysterious Ordinary in 2010 a consultancy which created and produced works, projects and events in collaboration with artists, filmmakers, architects, designers and brands. In 2012, she co-founded and produced the first edition of Film on the Rocks in Yao Noi, Phuket which was co-curated by filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton. It was here that the Archipelago Cinema - Floating Cinema at Kudu Island was created. She has been working with artists and filmmakers since then in various different roles, Finding Oasis is her first directorial project. Chomwan lives with family in Bangkok (and before COVID between Bangkok and New York).