Wong tin yan was born in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong at 2000. As a sculptor, he likes to collect discarded wood pellet to create sculptures. His works are not only affordable and comprehensible, but also symbolic of the philosophy about usefulness and uselessness. His work was collected by Hong Kong Museum of Art, local and overseas private collectors. Except active in local and overseas exhibitions, He was the first artist having exhibition in a showcase train on railway around the world. In addition, he work for art education more than ten years. He also finished a series of cross-over project with world-famous brands, such as LOUIS VUITTON, SPORTMAX, Muji, Lee, etc respectively. Moreover, he did public art projects in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Japan and Taiwan. He had awarded by Perspective magazine as 40 under 40, one of the next generation artist 2010 and an entry prize in GDC 11 (commercial interior design). In recent years, he teaches many wood workshops in schools from Kindergartens to Universities. Meanwhile, he loves to share his opinion and experiences as a columnist in newspaper and magazines. He is also the founder of a new art space, “Form Society”.