Albert Choi

Whether having a round-table discussion with global leaders at the United Nations, starting up international businesses, farming in the hot Indian sun, developing corporate Human Resource departments, designing luxury fashion goods, or consulting for artists about monetary strategy, Albert has always had an eye for excellence and seemed to have a knack of just "picking things up". His drive for excellence is grounded in his immigrant family's upbringing, gratefulness for the opportunities afforded to him, and a strong sense of responsibility to contribute to society.

After a stint in the corporate world, Albert was laid off for not agreeing to perform illegal business practices. Rather than facing the prospect of pinstripes, he took this as an opportunity to explore his gifts in the performing arts, following the advice he received after being singled out by his award-winning Cornell professor. His sojourn led him to Korea where his aunt, a North-Korean refugee, made him aware of the origins of his innate artistic abilities (blood-relation to Choi Seung-hee). This discovery motivated him to continue honing his talents while simultaneously contributing his business and artistic skills to productions, business ventures, international art collectives, and his own writing.

Whether having a round-table discussion with global leaders at the United Nations, starting up international businesses, farming in the hot Indian sun, developing corporate Human Resource departments, designing luxury fashion goods, or consulting for artists about monetary strategy, Albert has always had an eye for excellence and seemed to have a knack of just "picking things up". His drive for excellence is grounded in his immigrant family's upbringing, gratefulness for the opportunities afforded to him, and a strong sense of responsibility to contribute to society.

After a stint in the corporate world, Albert was laid off for not agreeing to perform illegal business practices. Rather than facing the prospect of pinstripes, he took this as an opportunity to explore his gifts in the performing arts, following the advice he received after being singled out by his award-winning Cornell professor. His sojourn led him to Korea where his aunt, a North-Korean refugee, made him aware of the origins of his innate artistic abilities (blood-relation to Choi Seung-hee). This discovery motivated him to continue honing his talents while simultaneously contributing his business and artistic skills to productions, business ventures, international art collectives, and his own writing.





No Reviews