Holding a BFA in Animation, Daniel is a 3D generalist and compositor, formally trained in Maya. Recently he is incorporating Cinema 4D in his workflow to suit both his and the motion design industry's ever-changing needs.
His interest in motion graphics stems from his love for film and broadcast title sequences - an area he hopes to work in. He believes in experimentation, creating new, refreshing styles that capture his audience's hearts.
Jac Min graduated with a bachelor’s honours in Digital Film Production. His works have traveled to international film festivals including Kinofest 2009, the Asian Hotshots Berlin Festival for Film and Video Art, the 2010 Seoul International Extreme - Short Image + Film Festival, the 2007 Asian Film Symposium, and has been curated by onedotzero, the Casoria Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum of Singapore and been in exhibitions including TWEAK II in Ireland.
In 2008, he received the Media Education Scheme Scholarship from the Media Development Authority of Singapore for his undergraduate studies in film. Upon completion of his undergraduate research program undertaken at NTU in 2010, he received the title of the NTU President’s Research Scholar, for his film ‘Xiang/Yan.’ under the mentorship of Asst. Professor Michael Tan.
Jonathan is a recipient of the Chinese Government Scholarship for his Masters in Film Directing (MFA) in the prestigious Beijing Film Academy in China.
His films have travelled to international festivals, including the 3rd Asian Hot Shots Berlin Festival for FIlm and Video Art, Early Melons International Student Film Festival 2011 in Slovakia, Quote Unquote: Poemetrics, EMPAC x onedotzero in New York, and the Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival in Indonesia. He was a recipient of the Sinema Incubator Program (2008) in Singapore.
His latest short film, The Piano Tuner, was completed with the support from the Media Development Authority of Singapore.