Born in Sri Lanka, Muvindu Binoy won first prize for his first short film in 2007 for a competition. In 2009 he created his second short film and connected with leading film director, Boodee Kerthisena, who began mentoring his work as a filmographer. His work with digital mediums began at this same stage and in 2014 he followed a course in filmography at the University in Melbourne. Between work with film, digital art and as a drummer/producer in a band called 'Duckdog' he began shifting his focus to a multidisciplinary digital practice as a visual artist.
In 2012 and 2013 he directed two short films for Agenda 14, a short film festival organised by Anoma Rajakarun where both films won the same title of Most Promising Film Maker. Via this festival he received the opportunity to visit the Wroclaw Film Festival in Poland to further research film directing.
In 2015 he presented his first solo exhibition of work with Saskia Fernando Gallery in the exhibition titled Holy Merchandise. This series of work was the result of an earlier experimental series wherein the artist vandalized the visuals of the artist Yohan Medhanka's exhibition titled Kurutu. His work is a combination of his generational outlook combined with his influences of filmography and the captured image. In the same year he was selected curator Natasha Ginawala for the first edition of Colomboscope presented at the abandoned Rio Hotel complex wehrein he created an installation titled Molotov Cocktail.
Binoy presented his second solo exhibition in 2016 titled Divine Thru a play on drivethroughs and the Divine Truth; the former implying the ease of access to commercialism and the latter – the search for a meaning of life. Binoy’s method is a removed narrative in which he chooses to allow the audience to find their own ‘truth’ to each work. In the second Colomboscope presentation held at the former Post Offices in Fort Colombo he presented we work titled From Vendetta to Bend Data as well as a collaborative work with Abdul Halik Azeez titled My Colombo. He was commissioned to create a comedy/thriller web series titled Ekka Langa Kotu for the island's leading mobile distributor.
In 2017 he participated in the group exhibition Island Mentality at Saskia Fernando Gallery and the third consecutive Colomboscope curated by Menike Van der Poorten in the former railway barracks in Maradana. The work was a short animation titled Super Awesome Nature Show. In 2018 he participated in the group exhibition titled Embodying Power curated by Sandev Handy and Tamara Fernando at the Sapumal Foundation in Colombo.
At the end of 2018 he directed his first feature film 'Kotta Baba' premiered at the Goethe Institut in 2019. The work is the first found footage film to be screened in Sri Lanka. In the same year he began working with 3D digital collage and presented the series of work in hsi third solo exhibition at Saskia Fernando Gallery titled God is a Mesh. Binoy continues to work with music as a medium, creating a playlist of 'beats' that he shares via Soundcloud.