Lee Chin Fai was born in Hong Kong and currently living and working in Hong Kong as well. He is a full time sculptor. He graduated from the Swire School of Design of the former Hong Kong Polytechnic University and completed the Modern Sculpture Certificate Course organized by the Department of Extra-mural Studies from the University of Hong Kong. He established the "Creative Sculptors Hong Kong" and became its Founder Chairman 1993. He has participated in many other exhibitions such as the Hong Kong Art Biennial in Hong Kong Museum of Art in 1996, 2001 and 2003, Reunion and Vision – Contemporary Hong Kong Art 1997 in the Hong Kong Museum of Art in 1997, Volume & Form, Singapore Sculpture Fair’99 in Singapore in 1999, Hong Kong Art in Paris in UNSECO Headquarters in Paris, France in 2000, International Ice Sculpture Exhibition in Canada in 2004, The Contemporary Sculptors Invitational Exhibition at Cheng Du, China in 2007 and The Hong Kong Visual Art Society 34th Annual Exhibition at the University Museum & Art Gallery in the University of Hong Kong in 2007. Lee Chin Fai usually uses many materials like the stainless steel, the marble, the bronze, the granite into his artworks, common scenes in fleeting time in an urban landscape have been captured, and then transferred and reformulated. The truth and falsehood, and the substance and illusion, of an object are expressed through apparent appreciation and indulgence. Through these works, He has pondered the necessary balance in urban development, reflecting on urban construction and destruction. Danny has received many awards such as First Price (Sculpture) in "New Life" from the Hong Kong Hospital Authority in 1997 and Second Price (Sculpture) in "Olympic Art and Sport Contest 2000 (Hong Kong)" from the International Olympic Committee in Hong Kong in 2000.Furthermore, he has been commissioned by various companies to create art pieces such as by the Hong Kong Airport Authority to produce 7 public art pieces which are currently on display at the Hong Kong International Airport in 2005, by Yew Chung Education Foundation in Shanghai, China in 2006, by MTR Corporation at Kowloon Station and Nam Cheong Station in 2006 and 2007.