• Jett Chen

  • Ryan Chen

  • Stan Chen

  • Xiaoyu Liu

  • Tommy Li

  • Kim Choi

  • Song

  • Liu Liu

Jett Chen

Director, Executive Producer

Jerry Chen was born in Zhejiang province and now resides in Chaoyang district of Beijing. He graduated from Communication University of China with a degree in advertising. Jerry first set his career in visual arts. He worked for advertising companies and magazines where he accumulated rich experiences in design.He then took charge in video production at magazine in 2008. In 2012, Jerry started working as an independent director. He directed a lot of fashion advertising video production, which shows great fashion sense and visual impact. Jerry is an art mania and loves to apply various artistic elements in his video production, through which he built his unique aesthetic style and visual effects..

Ryan Chen

Director, Editor

Ryan was born in Guangdong province. As a former science and engineering student, he was admitted to Tsinghua University. However, out of passion, he finally enrolled in Communication University of China. After graduation, he went to work at Shenzhen TV, directing channel videos and participating in post-production. Then Ryan started to learn editing from Zhang Jiahui, a famous film editor, and David Revalo taught him color grading for films. Now he is a director of TVCs and shot films at SevenVideo.

Stan Chen


Stan was born in 1989, a former science and engineering student who has fallen in love with arts. He entered this industry because of his love for cinematography. With a personal taste for aesthetics, Stan loves everything unique. He has much experience in framing and shooting. Stan takes up a lot of jobs of shooting and color grading at SevenVideo. Stan has a very good knowledge of computer science, so he is sensitive to technology and data. He is also a film software engineer, and he knows a lot about the workflow of the film industry.

Xiaoyu Liu

Director, Editor

Xiaoyu graduated from Beijing Film Academy, with New Media Arts major. In her college years, she learned experimental images, sketches, installation arts, sculptures and so on. Xiaoyu ever took part in creating many experimental short films. In this way, she gradually formed her own taste for arts and aesthetics. Xiaoyu has a strong personal style. She is very good at integrating experimental and avant-garde elements into her film production. Xiaoyu has become a member of the team since 2012, and she is currently pursuing the master degree at Beijing Film Academy.

Tommy Li


After studying abroad for 5 years, Tommy graduated from Boston University, majoring in Advertising M.A. His mentor is Edward Boches, the Chief Creative Officer of Mullen Lowe at Boston. With a deep understanding of creative, aethetics and photography, Tommy is always willing to get involved in the creative stage of production and contributes to making the idea or storyboard better. Also, he is very good at making creative and unique expression of images and emotions. Tommy has been awarded with: 2016 New England Hatch Award Silver Bowl, CCTV National Non-Profit TV Commercial Gold Award, 2017 The Great Wall Awards, Creative Interatives (Non-Profit) Gold Award.

Kim Choi


Kim Choi graduated from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies with the major of Advertising and finished his master in University of York with Digital Film and Television Production.With the study with Dr David Hickman, he gained a deep understanding of acting, Mise en scene and camera movement, which allows him to provide outstanding adjustments on set.Also, his creativity and talent in advertising, script writing and artistic expression are always impressive.



TVC, short film cinematographer. Strong observation ability and unique perspective, distinctive image expression style, serving many domestic and foreign brands. Responsible for the films, good at combining the subject and image through creative forms. Proficient in the process of film and television industry, love art, like to try the use of artistic elements in films, so as to form his own unique visual effects and aesthetic taste.

Liu Liu

Artistic director

Liu was born in Zhejiang province, and he graduated from the Communication University of China. He has studied the traditional Chinese painting, calligraphy, seal cutting, and photography. Having worked for CCTV over a decade, Liu ever took up the positions as an animator, an editor, a cameraman, a director, an editor and a producer. His works of 2002 and 2003 won the First Prize of the China Rainbow Award twice. This award is considered as the most authoritative TV award at a national level. In 2006, Liu participated in directing the opening ceremony of the largest exhibition in China, the 100th Canton Fair.