Alex is the Centre Executive of kaitak, Centre for Research and Development in Visual Arts, which was founded by the Academy of Visual Arts of the Hong Kong Baptist University in September 2013 to enhance the visual arts development in Hong Kong and neighbouring regions. Housed in the former Royal Air Force Officers’ Mess – a Grade I listed historic building located on a serene hilltop overlooking the old Kai Tak Air Field, the Centre promotes visual arts research, creative arts education and community engagement through a vibrant programme of artist-in-residence, exhibitions, workshops, talks and publications.
Before that, he served for about 10 years first as Project Officer and later as Project Manager in the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, involving in the planning and implementation of cultural exchange and educational projects. He also worked in different research and administration positions in various government departments. Born and grew up in Hong Kong, he has a mixed academic background with a Master's degrees in Medical Sciences in the University of Hong Kong and a Master's degree in Visual Arts Administration in the Hong Kong Baptist University.