In production. Short documentary about the architecture of Herzog & de Meuron at Hong Kong's former Central Police Station Compound - now rebranded as 'Tai Kwun' a centre for heritage and contemporary arts.Read More
An interview with James Chan on 1 July 2017 about music and politics in Hong KongRead More
A half-hour documentary commissioned by Hong Kong Arts Centre for their exhibition at the Hong Kong International Airport on the iconic Chinese cheongsam.Read More
Once every 10 years, these villagers from the outskirts of metropolitan Hong Kong gather for five days of traditional Taoist rituals called Prayer for Peace. Operas, martial arts, bonfire offerings - why do they insist on keeping these traditions?
Semi-finalist at the Ishinomaki International Film Festival.Read More
A short documentary about money laundering, human trafficking and the challenges facing anti-money laundering practices in Hong Kong. Commissioned by InnoXcell.Read More
My second 'Portrait of Hong Kong' is about Linva Tailors in Central in which essentially we consider the question: what of our urban fabric?
Winner of 'Outstanding Micro Film' at the Golden Flower Awards 2016.Read More
Highlights video commissioned by Yallay Gallery for Rokni Haerizadeh's 'Reign of Winter'Read More
Short documentary about the art of Japanese pottery
Winner at the London Lift-Off Film Festival 2015; Official selections at Fine Arts Film Festival (Venice, CA), FoodCine.ma (Singapore), A Design Film Festival (Singapore), APIFA (Jakarta), MADE London (London, UK)Read More
My first documentary short about Sun Wah Kee - my local Cantonese restaurant - in which we explore ideas about food, sustainability, and urban gentrification.
First Prize at Milan Expo 2015Read More