何應豐出生於香港,二零二二年移居台灣。全方位表演藝術創作人。2011年創立「何必。館」,又名「何應豐文化藝行工作室」,除創作外,更以不同方位進行文化策展及提供另類教育平台。2023年正式以「河。壁。觀」繼續藝行及文化工作。創作以「風籽」的心性,重新出發。
何氏長期以「身體版圖」為研究核心,倡導以「整體呈現」(Total Performance)用於創作、表演藝術培訓及自強教育。他的舞台創作以「詩」為「行動美學」,強調演員以「行觀者」和「藝行者」的方位,進行當下的空間書寫,滲進主題軸作出對應的探問。
近年聚焦文化策展,探索跨領域及跨文化相融展現的行動研究。

過去三十年,創作主體可分成四個系列,全部以「詩體劇場」出發,各自以一個主題為軸,回應香港以至自己切身處地觀察到的存在生態環境現象,給當代態勢作出探究:
一 。從香港九七回歸的命題上迴轉探問:
        《離地三百七十五米又如何》
        《元州街茱莉小姐的最後一夜》
        《元州街茱莉小姐不再在這裡》
        《蝴蝶夢》
        《母親》
        《中環廣場上的野餐》
        《撒尿的代價》
        《石水渠街72號的一片藍》
        《過。渡》

二 。從西北大開發觀看人本價值的沒落:
        《大路西遊》
        《大路西遊2之(阿)公審三藏》
        《最後一次西遊》

三 。從哈維爾的《獄中書簡》再出發,審視「當下書寫」作為自我賦權及解放的重要性:

        《空凳上的書簡》
        《空凳上的书簡2:繼續書寫》
        《
空凳上的書簡3:吸呼之間》
         * 包括九年時間在《
一切由哈維爾書簡再想起》近三十萬字的的平衡書寫。

四。對於「故事重塑」和「行觀存在」的探索:
       《七重天》
       《尋人的眼睛》
       《夢拾紅梅》
       

Hoyingfung is the founder and artistic director of Ho Bit Goon, a cultural hub for self-empowerment established in April 2011. The idea sprang from his transformative experience with Theatre Fanatico (1996-2011) , a company he founded in exploring the enigma of contemporary society through the form and distinctive style of dramatic visual poems, weaving texts, songs, dance, drama, objects, installations and moving images all in one as critical present in total performance.

As a multi-media and cross-disciplinary performance arts creator, he has been working as a playwright, theatre director, designer (set, costume and lighting), videographer, live sound artist, translator, performer and producer. He has participated in over 150 stage productions. His works are mostly constructed with specific artistic framework through drama, dance, and theatrical experimentations on contemporary social and cultural issues, intended to establish alternative theatre of the poets, with special exploratory journey looking into the aesthetics of Chinese Opera and the multimedia nature in mapping the landscape of the performing body, a special territory with cultural bearings of diversified social and cultural implications. His works were once presented in more than 13 international cities and had won critical acclaims and awards at home and aboard.

As a writer, he has published a number of books on theatre arts and related cultural studies, including “Thoughts on Heading West,” “Songs of Hearts: 36 Letters to Youngsters,” ” Words of Play: Looking Beyond The Seventh Drawer,” and “Here & Now: A smokeless journey into Springtime at Wuhu Street”. The International Association of Theatre Critics (Hong Kong) has also published “Iconography of Theatre Fanatico: The Totality of Hoyingfung”, a book focused on Hoyingfung’s works and a collection of his critical essays.

As a culture worker, he has been actively engaging in series of projects related to art-in-education and art-in-social-work in the past 12 years, collaborating with various NGOs and educational sectors to explore alternative paths for self-empowerment. In recent years, he has been actively engaging in curating research projects to provide alternative training for professional artists, teachers and professionals of different backgrounds.