Victor Fung graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, the University of California, Santa Barbara, and completed his postgraduate studies at London Contemporary Dance School. Fung is an award-winning choreographer based in Hong Kong and London. He was the recipient of the Award for Young Artist at the 2013 Hong Kong Arts Development Awards for his international achievements in dance. He has been widely supported and commissioned by organisations including Hong Kong Arts Festival, City Contemporary Dance Company, Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Art Council England, Chisenhale Dance Space, Junior Dance Company and amongst others. His production Not Enough (Beyond Reason) was shortlisted as “Outstanding Independent Dance Production” for the 2012 Hong Kong Dance Awards. Besides choreographing, Fung is also conducting doctoral research on the development of creativity in dance training with support from Middlesex University and Dance4. He is a Shadow Trustee of Hofesh Shechter Company and a Clore Fellow of the Clore Leadership Fellowship Programme under the mentorship of Wayne McGregor. Fung is currently an Associate Artist of Swindon Dance in the United Kingdom.
Fung has participated in Dance Lab of OzAsia 2017 supported by HKADC, a dance exchange platform led by renowned Australian choreographer Leigh Warren. Apart from the exchange with other Asian and Australian choreographers and exploration of cross-regional exchange possibilities, he also shared his creation experience with local dance lovers in public sessions.