He originally attended the Queensland College of Art, studying at the Griffith Film School in Brisbane.
In 2008, Tin was accepted in the industry renowned USC/ Universal Producing and Directing Program, completing a gruelling six weeks of intensive filmmaking and adding a impressive three short films to his reel within the period of time. This led to experience in film development with several different companies in Los Angeles including Color Force, Dreamworks and Vendome Pictures.
After working on two seasons of The CW’s Smallville in Vancouver, he returned to Sydney as a freelance assistant director and production manager on television and feature films.
Taking a brief scenic tour into the world of animation, Tin worked in script and development at Australian animation studio Flying Bark Productions, along with stints in voice direction and voice acting.
In 2014, he completed the short film, The Pale Moonlight, a neo-noir sci-fi thriller that enjoyed a world premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival. The short also screened in Los Angeles at the HollyShorts Film Festival.
His latest project, the single take Stroke awareness short film, Mother, Child, premiered at the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival and won the 2017 ATOM Award for Best Short Fiction. It has since screened at FLiCKERFEST 2018 in Sydney, as well as HollyShorts, Mammoth Film Festival and the Legacy Film Festival on Aging in the United States.
In 2018, Tin completed a Director's Attachment placement under the guidance and mentorship of renowned director Catherine Millar on Foxtel's hit Australian drama A Place To Call Home.
Tin’s latest short film is the upcoming short music documentary, JamieJimJames, exploring James Wiechman's musical journey after finally embracing his passion of becoming a singer/songwriter at the age of sixty.
Tin is currently developing an exciting short narrative comedy series, directing music videos and writing his first feature film.