Leon Luo started his journey as a photographer in 2011. He first found his interest in photography in his school photo class. In the past three years, he did multiple project such as Color vs B&W, double exposure, light painting to practice photography techniques and photoshop skills. Outside the photo class, Leon also took photos for all kinds of club activities and events. In his spare time, Leon would like to invite some friends and do portraits for them. Leon founded a photography club named Shutterbug Lounge to gather all the photographers in his school. They meet regularly on an one week base to share photography related information and organize field trips in Great Vancouver area. Leon's interest in photography led him to explore his potential in filming. He shot his first short film named Life Without Wifi with a team of around 20 youth with a $1000 Grant Award from UBC Nighborhood Association. Following that, with the same group, Leon directed the 25-minute long second film, Fandom, which is going to be screened in September, 2014. Deeply interested in the field of filmmaking, Leon participated a summer program at New York Film Academy to develop his skills and has directed first short film on his own. In order to communicate with the local artists, in June 2014, Leon and his friend Sumi organized an art show called “Young Artists in Action” which included the artworks of over twenty young artists. With this experience, Leon and Sumi soon held their personal art exhibition in August.