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Yi-Chun "Iggy" Hung is a seasoned professional with over a decade of experience as a sound designer, audio engineer, and music composer in the realms of theater, dance, film, and exhibitions. Originally hailing from Taiwan, his creative works have resonated throughout Taiwan and China, including prestigious events such as the Taiwan International Festival of Arts, Taipei Arts Festival, Taipei Fringe Festival, and the Beijing Music Festival, among others.

During his time in the United States, Iggy collaborated with off-Broadway and regional theaters, including renowned institutions such as The Public Theater, Atlantic Theater Company, Westside Theatre, and the Tony Award-winning Huntington Theater Company. In 2015, he obtained an O-1 Visa, sponsored by the world-famous Stella Adler Studio of Acting, where he contributed to productions for NYU Tisch Acting program & Conservatory program.

In the world of film, Iggy's work on "Pop Meets The Void" garnered accolades, including the Best of Fest Award at the 2016 Queens Film Festival and Best Feature at the Lower East Side Film Festival. His musical compositions for the short film "Knighthood" have also been featured in festivals worldwide.

He has been collaborating with New York based choreographer Tsai-Hsi Hung for her various projects. Notable among these are "A Certain Mood" for Battery Dance New York, "Woman" for Western Michigan University, and "Brushstroke" presented at the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago.

Since 2017, Iggy has been a part of the art group Clockwork Noses in Taiwan, where he has been invited to create various art pieces for exhibitions hosted by prestigious institutions such as the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and Eslite Corp.

Iggy holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Sound Design from Boston University and is currently teaching Sound Design and Audio Engineering at theater departments of National Taiwan University, Chinese Culture University, and Taipei University of the Arts.

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