Man Kit Lam has been working as a graphic and brand designer for over fifteen years. After working for several design agencies he founded his studio in 2007 with experience in branding, art direction, illustration, animation, digital, print, and experiential graphic design. Man Kit has been fortunate enough to work from Amsterdam and New York with a variety of clients worldwide, from cultural institutions, non-profits, small businesses, to global corporations. He has a growing network of collaborators in order to take on large-scale projects. Man Kit received awards and accolades for his design work, such as the European Design Award.

In addition, he works with Susan Youssef since 2007 on the development and production of feature films, short films and documentaries that went to Sundance, Toronto, Venice, Busan, Dubai, and many other film festivals, institutes and museums around the world. Man Kit co-produced, co-edited, and worked on the art direction for the narrative feature
Habibi,​ which premiered at Venice and Toronto International Film Festival 2011. Habibi won awards around the globe including Best Film, Best Editor, and FIPRESCI prizes at the Dubai International Film Festival. He made with Susan the short Source​, which was an installation at the Tate Modern in 2012 and toured the world with Olafur Eliasson's Little Sun project. Recently they premiered their second independent feature film Marjoun and the Flying Headscarf​ at Miami Film Festival 2019 and the short Amsterdam to Anatolia, commissioned by 21st Century Fox (The Walt Disney Company), at Carthage Film Festival 2019.

Man Kit also serves as a film program committee and 
jury member for the Miami Film Festival since 2016. 
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