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Dr Alan Khoi Nguyen is an international-award-winning artist, designer and transdisciplinary researcher. He writes for TV and streaming (Disney+, Apple TV, NBCU, ABC, SBS), live performance (Melbourne Theatre Company, Arts House) and works with new and emerging technologies (Australia Council for the Arts, EyeJack). 

Alan is passionate about interdisciplinary projects and the use of storytelling and new technologies to promote well-being, education and social connection.
Alan was a Best Miniseries double nominee for the Australian Film Institute’s AACTA Awards and the Australian Writers Guild’s AWGIE Awards for his writing on the 4 x 1 hour limited series Hungry Ghosts (NBC Universal/ SBS Australia/ Matchbox Pictures) now available on Apple TV.

His most recent 
screenwriting is on the Disney+ series Last Days of the Space Age, to be released in 2024.

As a film director and writer, Alan's film work has screened on ABC and won awards at film festivals internationally. He frequently cowrites and collaborates with his brother, Jeremy Nguyen.

Alan leads a research team on 
Melodic Motions, involving the co-design of an interactive, gesture-based collaborative platform with and for dancers with intellectual disabilities (Department of Social Services).

He is the co-Digital Lead of 'Eat Move Heal' a research project between RMIT, Northern Health, City of Whittlesea and SaferCare Victoria, which aims to co-design support tools for patients recovering from Long COVID-19. 

Alan wrote, directed and produced VR nature documentary BeeScapes (People's Choice Award 2022, Festival of International Virtual and Augmented Reality Stories), served as writer and editor for groundbreaking AR comic book Razorlegs Volume 2 (published by EyeJack), and was VR designer for videographic opera The Exaltation of Enheduanna (Arts South Australia).

A sequel to BeeScapes will be exhibited at the World Museum, Liverpool, UK May 2024 -  May 2025.

Emerging in Brisbane's experimental music community, Alan has performed music in Australia, Asia and Europe and his compositions have been played on ABC Classic FM, Triple J, 4ZZZ and PBS. He has sound-designed award-winning theatre and live–art.

As a media academic, Alan has delivered presentations at international conferences in Japan, Singapore and Korea. 

Alan is a Lecturer in Media for the School of Media and Communication, RMIT University and is a member of the Care-full Design Lab.

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