Niramon has been working as a director of photography for 20 years. Her work has included TV commercials, music videos, short films, and feature films. In addition to her native Thailand, She has worked in Mexico, the US, Europe, China, Africa, and New Zealand. She is currently based in New York.
Her first feature film, a supernatural thriller called Shutter, was the top grossing film in Thailand in 2004; it has also had successful commercial runs in Europe, Latin America, and Asia; and has been featured at numerous international film festivals, including Tribeca.
Other feature films she has shot include Dorm, a suspense drama set in a rural boarding school; Alone, a supernatural thriller involving Siamese twins; and Hormones, a romantic comedy featuring several interlocking subplots. Her other films, including Phobia and Phobia 2, have been well received by both audiences and critics.
Her most recent feature films are Hello Stranger (2010), Billionaire (2011) and Countdown (2013).
Niramon has directed her first debut short film, Conditional Love. The film was selected for screenings at Roger Smith Short Film Festival in New York and at Brooklyn Short Film Festival 2013. She was selected to make a short film about unspoken truths of women in Thailand among six filmmakers in Asia. She has finished her second short film, Steel in Love and was screened at Ikal Mayang 2014 Women’s day in Malaysia on March 8, 2014.