David Kwok is the founder and CEO of Tiny Island Productions, CG Protege Animation School and the Chairman of the Singapore Animators Connection. He is in charge of the full operation of these organisation. With his leadership, Tiny Island Productions has become Singapore’s leading Stereoscopic 3D CG animation production company. Established in 2002 and based in cosmopolitan Singapore, the company creates, manages and markets quality content for the global CG animation market. The company had also previously worked with international distributor Classic Media (Dreamworks Classic) and Thai-based producing company, Shellhut Entertainment, on a CG animated series, Shelldon that was aired on major networks including NBC USA and France 5. Tiny Island’s stereoscopic-3D CG Animated series ‘Dream Defenders’ has made American debut on 3net. (Joint Venture 24/ 7 3D Network from Sony, Discovery and IMAX), Hulu and Discovery Family. In Europe, it was shown on Planeta Junior and SUPER RTL. In Asia, it is shown on Dreamworks TV Asia across 19 countries in Asia. The series has reached out to close to 80 countries and also won the Asia Image Apollo Awards 2013 for Best 3d Animation. Other earlier deals inked include a development deal with Los-Angeles based Saban Entertainment Group (SEG), with SEG providing development resources for a CG animated series. In 2012, the company completed the all new Ben 10 CGI Telemovie in both standard and stereoscopic 3d format for Cartoon Network. The film has won the Best 3D Animated Program award at the Asian Television Awards 2012 as well as the Gold Award for Best Movie Campaign in the 2012 ProMax Awards.
In July 2013, the company has signed the first Singapore Korea co production animation deal with South Korean animation production house Electric Circus. Together they will produce the CGI action-adventure series G-Fighter (26 x 22 minutes) supported by SBA, KOCCA, EBS, SK Broadband and CJ E&M.