Chun is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara, California with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Photography, majoring in motion picture production. He has been an avid and aspiring cinematographer from age seventeen and has been shooting a diverse range of productions ranging from feature films, independent films, documentaries, to music videos and TV commercials.

Recently, he was the recipient for "Best Cinematography" at the Anugerah Profima 2017, for the feature film "Girlfriend Contra".

Among his work, the independent films he was worked on include Woo Ming Jin's "Woman on Fire Looks for Water" (premiered at the Venice International Film Festival,) "Tiger Factory" (premiered at the Cannes Director's Fortnight), "Girl in the Water" (Best short at the Robert Festival).

His Malaysian commercial features films include the horror film "Seru", the action thriller "Kisah Paling Gengster", "Mamak Cupcake", and most recently, "Kontrak Girlfriend".

Other works include documentaries including "Operation Gonzalez" and "KL Enforcers" for the "Crime Investigation" channel, 'Motif' for Astro, and the History Channel documentary, "Road to Nationhood", an episode in Malaysia's highest budget mini-series, Project Merdeka. He is currently shooting an action feature and is slated to shoot a six episode crime thriller mini series commissioned by Astro.

He has worked with a diverse range of clients for TV commercials in Thailand and Malaysia including Nescafe, Neslac, Red Bull, McDonald's, Cadbury, Nissan, Toyota, Suntory, Oil of Olay, Tanaka, Fitness First, Sime Darby, Huawei, and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.

In 2015, Chun released a book co-authored with Zan Azlee on indie film making under the MPH MasterClass series entitled, "Zan Azlee & Wan Chun Hung's Guide to Indie Filmmaking".

Available online here.

Photography courtesy of Kenneth Yee.

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