Hudson is the founder of Creative Lab Center (CLC) and the genuine initiator for green designs: Director of Creative Lab Center at Prince of Songkla University, Director of Creative Lab Center at Thaksin University, Advisor and Columnist: Me style home and living Magazine. Due to his outstanding projects and experiences, he has been invited to be a visiting professor and adviser to the vice-chancellor for Design and Innovation, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).
He also initiated the Art of Living Projects with the R3 slogan (Rethink, Reuse, Recycle), namely Junk Design. His green designs are always paid attention by media. He is also the founder of the well-known “Pan Gan Lae” project, another waste design project adding value to banana spathe.
He has also been actively involved in several R&D projects with National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA).
He had worked as an interior designer and project director for many forefront design companies in many countries and had extensive international design practices in 16 counties working with world class designers. After settling down in North America, he decided to give back to society and traveled to Thailand by the invitation of Prince of Songkla University (PSU) as a founder of PSU International College.
Hudson acquired the honors (top 1% of class) in the Fine Arts Interior Design program from Rangsit University. He received his master degrees in English as an International Language from University of Melbourne and another master degree with Distinction (top 1% of class) in Design (Furniture Design) from University of Technology Sydney.