Kelvin has worked in the social innovation sector for over 10 years. In 2008, he started FoodCycle, a charity that empowers the community to collect surplus food to provide healthy meals to those at risk of food poverty in the UK. It is now in 40 locations across the UK and has over 2000 volunteers. In Hong Kong, he is the founder of UnLtd HK, an incubator of early stage social innovators. As the CEO of Good Lab since 2013, he leads a small team of innovation consultants that aims to work with HK government and civil society organisations to provide more effective services in the city through the use of human-centric problem solving. He is a sought after speaker on social innovation and youth entrepreneurship in the Asian region. He is a committed member of his church, Saddleback HK and has a secret side job as a spinning instructor at an elite studio in HK. He is married to Rainbow, who is another social innovator, and they have a young daughter named Faith.