The Publik is dedicated to showcasing the work of Scot Hung Tran, a filmmaker and visual artist, working in narrative films, commercials, digital content, documentaries, music videos, photography and art, with clients such as Leo Burnett, Dentsu, DSquare, Piaggio, Go Pro, Dutch Lady, Unicharm, Vinamilk, Mori Art Museum, Robb Report and AO Entertainment. He is also the founder and creator of Livinwondr, a transmedia project that connects people and stories together through transformative, interactive art. His short films and transmedia projects have screened and exhibited at The Pacific Asian Museum (Pasadena), Acme (Los Angeles), Post (Los Angeles), Crocket Rodeo (Seattle), Brooklyn Academy of Music (New York), and Galerie Quynh (Vietnam). He is also a recipient of the Black Rock Arts Foundation Grant, CDEF (Cultural Denmark Exchange Fund), Long Beach Council Artist Grant, and Skowhegan Art Grant. He grew up in Southern California where he studied Art at UCSB and Skowhegan Art Program, acting at Playhouse West (Los Angeles), and directing at Joan Scheckel Filmmaking Labs. He is currently working on his first feature film as a writer and director.