Prior to joining Morning Studio, Ambrose was a documentary producer for a Hong Kong-based television broadcaster. His work there focused on social and environmental issues, which saw him tracing refugees repatriated from Hong Kong to Vietnam and wading through mudflats to film oyster farming.
With an upbringing that spans Hong Kong, the UK and Canada, Ambrose is a native speaker of English, Mandarin and Cantonese. He sees his language skills as instrumental to his work – a tool that allows him to connect with interviewees, elicit insights and craft impactful stories.
Ambrose believes human emotions are the one underlying, universal feature that transcends cultures and boundaries. When genuine emotions become the soul of a story, they make the narrative more powerful and thought-provoking, leaving a lasting impression on viewers.