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OKJ is a documentary storyteller whose life had been greatly influenced by non-fiction films. Having explored the wonders of space and the inner workings of a factory from the comfort of his home, he hopes to create documentaries that intrigue people and provide a sense of "being there". He is most interested in enabling others to share their stories.
OKJ was the recipient of the 2017 National Youth Film Awards as well as a nominated ASEAN Filmmaker of the Year at the 10th International KL Eco Film Festival for his first documentary, The Conservation Conversation. He is currently promoting his latest documentary, TRESPASS: STORIES FROM SINGAPORE'S THIEVES MARKET.
DBS Gold Award - Singapore - National Youth Film Festival 2017
ASEAN Youth Filmmaker of the year - Malaysia - 10th International KL Eco Film Festival (nominated)
Audience Choice Award - Singapore - nuSTUDIOS Point & Shoot 2017 (48 hour short film competition)