Born in 1980 in Hong Kong, MC uses photography as a medium for investigating the relationship between people, the man-altered landscape and photographic language. He was awarded a fellowship to complete his Master's degree in Arts at the University of the Arts London (London College of Communication) and holds a BA from RMIT University, with a concentration in photography. MC developed the photography course for the Hong Kong Design Institute and is currently a part-time lecturer at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Open University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Design Institute. His photographic work has been exhibited in Hong Kong and internationally and has been shortlisted for other major awards, including WYNG Masters Award, Hasselblad Masters Award and the Three Shadows Photography Award. In 2020, MC won the "Paris Gallery First Floor Prizes" in KG+SELECT KYOTOGRAPHIE Festival. His works are in both private and museum collections.