Naidee Changmoh was born in Phrae province, Thailand in 1969. He proceeded to study painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Chiangmai University, graduating in 1993. From there he began to learn techniques to make terracotta pottery at Maungkung Village, Amphur Hangdong in Chiengmai. In 1998, Naidee had his first solo exhibition “Terracotta Sculptures by Naidee Changmoh” at the Gaesorn Plaza in Bangkok. In 2006, he participated in the Clay Alchemy Exchange Artists Program between Thai artists and Australia artists in Melbourne, Australia. In 2009, his work was shown in The Ceramic Road of Southeast Asia at Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum, in Taiwan. Naidee has created nine huts which function as an art living space – the Naidee Sculpture Huts for Pattravadi Theatre in Huahin – from the year 2008 until now. His solo exhibition in 2011 titled “Here and Now” (What Am I Doing?) was held at O.P. Garden in Bangkok. Shortly after, Naidee undertook a Thai artist residency project and exhibition, “How Do I Get Here?” at Dawang culture highland in Shenzhen, China. Earlier this year, he undertook a residency program at the Second South East Asia Conference at the Fule International Ceramic Museum in Fuping, Xian, China. A few years later, Naidee was invited as ceramic demonstrator of “ARGILLA” in Faenza, Italy, along with the Gyeonggi International Ceramics Biennale in Incheon, Korea and the International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth, UK. In 2019, He gave a presentation at the School of Art & Design in Oberá, Misiones province, Argentina and a workshop in the Silapakorn clay work Raku Sculpture in Silapakorn university Phetchaburi campus. He also exhibited in “Sculpture by the Sea” in both 2014 and 2017 in Bondi Beach, Sydney, as well as 2015 in Cottesloe, Perth.