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Zack Batsaikhan

Founder @nobile. Designer. Entrepreneur.

Zack batsaikhan

A Renaissance Man

Batzaya aka Zack is a Midwest based digital product designer and creative director with a focus on user experience and user interface. His work is heavily influenced by past travels, caffeine, music, urban streets, cubism, photography, emotions, and random moments of life. He is interested in everything creative and does anything on the side that he can get his paws into.

He has overseen the direction of over twenty digital creative projects, notable ones including Mongolian former Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar, and former Vice Minister of Finance Ganhuyag Chuluun Hutagt, and a good deal of small/medium/non-profit projects. He has worked with UNDP Mongolia, Mongolian Economic Forum, Iowa State University, and many others.

Zack is also a photographer, filmmaker, adventurist, global nomad, Fulbright Scholar, writer, activist, and son.

My approach to being an artist in society is that things you do should have a really big impact. And for me, it's not really worth it unless that's the case.

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More available upon request.

Photography

He developed an interest in photography at a young age but it wasn’t until a few years ago that he decided to get serious. Although he enjoys every genre of photography, Zack is particularly interested in street and social documentary photography. He's been working on a long-term street photography project since 2013 and it's soon to be shared.

Browse his Flickr stream

Filmmaking

One of his most ambitious goals is to direct a full-length feature film. He has made three short-films, and always insanely hungry for film ideas to put down in his notebook.

Watch his short film "Never Let You Go"

Publication

He is currently working on a super secret stealth project. Since August 2013, he has been translating the Magnus Opus of a Nobel Peace Prize winning author and activist, and hoping to get it published before 2015 for Mongolian readers.

Check later for updates

Say Hello!

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