Mint Boonyapanachoti

Creative Technologist, The New York Times R&D Lab

Twitter: @_woraya_
Mint Boonyapanachoti is a Bangkok-born New York-based creative technologist and 3D designer working at the intersection of storytelling, art, and technology. Her work focuses on 3D capture and immersive visualizations that push the boundaries of reality and create engaging experiences.

Currently, Mint is part of The New York Times Research & Development team, where she is exploring how emerging technologies can create and unlock new forms of visual journalism. In R&D, Mint works on various explorations seeking the power to bring readers closer to the story through environment photogrammetry and interactive 3D experiences.

Mint holds a Master’s in Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Before moving to NYC in 2016, she worked in Japan and Thailand as an architectural designer and lighting designer, transforming physical spaces into magical places.