Graduated from Vancouver Film School.
His first directed short film “Live Life” won nominations in Calgary Fringe Film Festival and Akira Kurosawa Memorial Short Film Competition in Japan. With an enthusiastic passion in storytelling and filmmaking, he began involving himself in many local productions such as feature films, commercials, and documentaries.
In 2010, Dick founded D Moving Pictures. The same year, Dick’s thriller short film “The Bloody Fish” has been selected for the Young Director Award by CFP-E. Dick has also directed numerous TV commercials, music videos and program series. In 2012, Dick and together with his team, shot another thriller short film titled “Murdered” has won six awards in BMW Shorties 2012 competition including the best film.