Tiger is a 22-year-old writer / director from Hong Kong.
He gained recognition at the age of 19 with his short film WUHAN DRIVER, which caught the attention of EP Jonathan Sanger (VANILLA SKY, ELEPHANT MAN), and premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, where he won the Filmmaker of the Future Award. His subsequent short film, DEATH & RAMEN, features comedian Bobby Lee and actor Matt Jones from BREAKING BAD.
Tiger graduated from NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where he studied philosophy and read a lot of Russian literature. He is also a student of acclaimed filmmakers like Ruben Ostlund (TRIANGLE OF SADNESS, THE SQUARE), and Lucrecia Martel (LA CIÉNEGA), and is an alum of the 2022 Short to Feature Lab led by Jim Cummings (THUNDER ROAD). Inspired by Hong Kong cinema, his films fuse Eastern and Western sensibilities, blending the absurd with the serious.
He is currently based in New York, where he is developing his first feature adaptation of DEATH & RAMEN.