Ming Pan was born in 1983 in Taiwan. He began learning traditional Chinese ink painting at the age of eleven and had a solo exhibition tour at the age of twelve. After granting an U.S.A. immigration status for his extraordinary abilities and achievements at the age of fifteen, Ming continued his education and graduated from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. He is currently a Hollywood film production visual effect art director for many of the recent blockbuster movies. He is one of very few successful Chinese figures that play an important role in the Hollywood film industry. In recent years, Ming has been involved in the production of many Hollywood movies, including "Snow White and the Huntsman", "X-Men: Days of the Future Past", "300: Rise of an Empire", "Ant-Man", "Captain America: Civil War ", "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2","Avengers: Infinity War" and many more. Deeply influenced by Asian and Western art cultures, Ming Pan incorporates his unique cultural blend of knowledge into both art and design, and wants to tell influential and impactful stories with film.
Ming Pan Biography:
1995-1997 Solo gallery tours, group exhibitions, exhibitors, charity contributors for a total of 13 times in northern, central and southern regions of Taiwan
1996-2001 Solo exhibitions in Los Angeles, California for 5 times
1990-1998 Won Zhong Zheng Cup consecutively, Karate Championships Cup, and the National Zhong Zheng Cup champion for 25 times
October 1994 Won 4th place at the World Cup Karate Championships in Hungary
2011-Present Participated in several Hollywood movies in Creative Art Design and Production
2014-Present Participated in several Hollywood movies as VFX Art Director
July 2015 Created "Ming Creative Art Academy" with a commitment to develop interest in art to the younger generation
January 2016 Created "Ming Creative Studios" in Los Angeles
Ming Pan participated in the film productions of: "Snow White and the Huntsman", "Percy Jackson Sea of Monster", "300: Rise of an Empire", "Into the Storm", "Winter's Tale", " X-Men: Days of the Future Past", "Seventh Son", "Ant-Man," "Captain America: Civil War", "Avengers: Infinity War", and so on.