Dennis Yuen is an artist and award-winning designer who works with a range of media including: book arts, interactive media, photography and video. Dennis has designed, developed and managed numerous interactive projects for clients including American Express, Tribeca Film Festival, Dorling Kindersley, Devilliar Donegan Enterprises, Public Affairs Television, Food Network, Lifetime Television, PBS, United Nations and UNICEF. He has also led the development of mobile walking tours as one of the most cutting-edge content delivery platforms in the US.
Dennis has been making books since he was a child. He practices Coptic, long stitch, stab, pamphlet and flat-back binding, often applying variations on these traditional techniques to fascinating effect. His works combine his knowledge in graphic design and technology with book arts. Dennis's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, and was featured in various publications. Since 2004, he has been maintaining his own paper and bookmaking blog, Cai Lun, which has gained popularity in the bookbinding community.
Dennis holds a Bachelor degree in film from Hong Kong and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design.