PROGRAM

Allen Lee

Allen Lee

Photographer

Allen learned diving in 1997 and fell in love with underwater photography in 2000. He is very enthusiastic about ecology photography. In 2013, to provide an opportunity that divers can share the knowledge of underwater photography and ecology, he founded an Underwater Photography Club on Facebook. In 2015, his first solo photographic exhibition took place. His works were also published in French National Geography, EZDIVE Magazine, Rhythms Monthly, Science Monthly, Mandarin Daily News, and so on. He has been doing underwater photography in Kenting for many years and he highly recommends Taiwan's underwater ecology.

Huang Chia Chun

Huang Chia Chun

Film Director

Graduated from the Department of Radio, Television & Film, Shih Hsin University and MFA of Institute of Applied Media Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts. Mr. Huang Chia Chun is now a freelance screenwriter. He has a nickname -- Brown Sugar. His works are healing and pain-relieving, giving people warmth, simplicity, and freshness, just like brown sugar. The theme of his works is solution of life problems. He hopes to make the world better by speaking for ordinary people through easy tones and quiet lenses.

Ken Thongpila

Ken Thongpila

DIWA Underwater Photography Examiner / Photographer / Founder of Underwater Macro Photographer (UWMP) Facebook Group

Ken Thongpila is an Australian-Thai, living and working in Sydney. He is an award-winning photographer and a Photo Journalist who has been featured in diving magazines and websites. He also judges local and international photo competitions and shootouts. He is regularly invited to give presentations at diving and travel expos in Asia. Ken has been scuba diving and taking photographs underwater as his hobby since 2003. His passion is macro photography and his favorite critter is the Nudibranch. In September 2011 he created the Underwater Macro Photographers (UWMP) Facebook Group, which quickly became popular with the underwater photography community and has more than 42,500 members from all over the world. The group shares information, ideas and tips on how to take better macro photos.