'I Shot Hong Kong' Film Festival, People's Choice Award, Hong Kong, July 2009.
'Fin' is a short film about the barbaric practice of shark-finning in developing nations so that consumers in Hong Kong and China can eat shark fin soup at their weddings, company banquets and celebrations.
The sometimes graphic movie aims to show why sharks, as the ocean's apex predators, are necessary to keep the marine ecosystem in balance.
The film also bears witness to the ignorance of the shopkeepers selling shark fin in Hong Kong, as well exploring why Chinese people eat shark fin soup in the first place.
'Fin' was shot on location in Mozambique, Yemen, and Hong Kong and includes underwater footage from Indonesia and Fiji.