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An opportunity for talented individuals to showcase their skills through a 1-minute monologue, or show their actor or director reel to receive constructive feedback, and potentially secure their next role.


Bobby is a second-generation Chinese American director & writer from New York City. He graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans and holds a Masters degree from NYU in Visual Effects. Starting out early in his career with music videos, he has directed and edited over one hundred music videos and commercials and garnered seven Emmy Awards as an editor and producer in Sports television.


Born and raised in New York City as a child of immigrants, Bobby early life was surrounded by the diverse cultures and melting pot of NYC, which displays heavily in his work today. An avid video gamer and lover of comic book culture, Bobby fuses pop culture influences with visual elements of Hip Hop culture.


With a focus on telling diverse stories that bridge communities together, Bobby’s work often explores topics and stories from a marginalized community perspective, exploring common bonds of ethnic/cultural heritage, gender, sexual orientation and political identification.  His past work explores themes and genres of racial identity, LGBTQ, gender and anti-Asian violence

Bobby’s first film, a proof of concept award winning narrative short called “Marz” premiered at Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco as well as over fifty other festivals worldwide. With six other narrative shorts under his belt, Bobby continues to expand his repertoire of narrative work with compelling stories & high level visuals.


Bobby is a participant of the ABC Disney Directing Program as well as Ryan Murphy’s HALF Initiative mentorship program.

Directing his first TV feature, a suspense thriller called “Stalker” airing on TV One and later on Lifetime Network this year, Bobby went on to direct back to back movies for TV One and BET Network, as well as nine episodes of a TV series from the Philippines entitled “K-Love”, streaming on VIU.


Bobby is currently in development of several film and TV projects, including a feature film inspired by his own life story, an Asian American coming of age comedy-drama that intersects music and culture together.

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