Kenji Lee aka. Mr Chen is an digital content creator, film producer, writer-director, cinematographer, photographer, and music composer of Taiwanese and Japanese heritage. He is known for producing, writing, and co-directing former world boxing champion Jeff Horn's short film "SLUGGER", which was featured on Channel 7, Channel 9, ABC News, and The Courier-Mail. His most recent award-winning Guide Dog & Low Vision social impact charity short film "When Love Is In Your Eyes" was also featured on the news. Before founding Kenji Lee Productions and the One Song Foundation charity, Kenji received the Brisbane Lord Mayor's Multicultural Awards Business Scholarship in 2017. Kenji takes pride in producing authentic social impact projects that are culturally diverse and convey a prominent charitable message. Kenji holds a Bachelor of Journalism, Graduate Diploma in Teaching, and Master of Education degree. He is currently working toward a PhD in Film. As a part-time high school Film & TV teacher, he was a finalist for the 2019 Queensland Beginning Teacher of the Year Award and 2020 Australian Educators Award. He played tennis professionally till the age of 17 and played on the same Queensland State Team with former WTA singles World No. 1 tennis player Ashleigh Barty from 2005 to 2007. Kenji has faith that we can change this world through film, theatre, and music.