Originally from Thailand, Gun Gun is both a DJ and an advertising creative, and we caught him on a recent trip to Singapore, where he played for a music event at Kilo Kallang. “Sometimes there are people who don’t respect me and my job,” he says. “But as a DJ, I love that I can enjoy music every day, and see people in the crowd who are happy with my music.” Gun Gun has a unique personal style — vintage meets street — which is a mash up of both second-hand and contemporary items. “I used to only love vintage fashion, but I fell in love with street fashion recently, which explains the combination of items in my outfit today!” He personally sees fashion and work as completely unrelated, as the nature of his industry allows him to dress according to his preference. “I can wear anything, like shorts, t-shirts, sneakers or hats.” If he wasn’t working in his current profession, Gun Gun aspires to live on the theory of ‘sufficient economy’, advocated by his Thai King, His Majesty Bhumibol Adulyadej. He hopes to start a small sustainable garden back in his hometown, where he can also enjoy his music while relaxing on a big hammock. When asked if he finds it difficult to juggle personal time with working life, he says he simply puts his family first. “Family, to me, is the best thing in life.” Off duty, you can find Gun Gun working on being a music producer while trying to squeeze in time to travel, and collecting vinyls, die-cast toy cars and Star Wars figurines.