SunFarmer Co-Founder and CEO
Andy Moon has spent his career focused on the intersection of environment and international development. Since 2009, he has worked in the solar energy industry, initially at SunEdison Solar and later as a freelance project finance advisor, closing or advising over $150MM in renewable energy transactions. Prior to SunEdison, Andy worked at McKinsey & Company’s Sustainability and Nonprofit practices in New York, where he co-authored widely cited papers on climate change and public health and worked closely with major foundations and multilateral organizations.
Andy has spent summers volunteering in Cambodia and the Philippines, and has a longstanding interest in public health through his work as an early fundraiser and energy advisor to the nonprofit Possible. In his free time he enjoys writing and playing music, outdoor activities, and eating momos and dal bhat during his extended stays in Nepal. Andy holds a Phi Beta Kappa honors degree from Stanford University.
Kristin Lau is a Toronto-based photographer from Queens, New York. She's focused on social documentary, portraiture and the environment. She seeks out stories that raise awareness about the environment to evoke positive change for the natural world and its inhabitants.
With roots in Hong Kong and living close to 10-years overseas, Kristin has gained an appreciation for diverse cultures and developed a strong passion for outdoor pursuits, nature and the environment. She is also a PADI Open Water Scuba diving Instructor, freediver, martial artist, and mountaineer.
Kristin’s work is currently in exhibition for the C40 2016 Mayor's summit hosted in Mexico City addressing climate change, and recently exhibited at COP21 Paris 2015 UN Climate Change Conference and Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto. She has recently been featured in ASIAN Geographic Magazine and awarded in the Prix De la Photographie (PX3) Competition for her series in Nepal.