I was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Most of my upbringing was spent on an island called Singapore before living in Switzerland and Hong Kong. In 2011 I moved to Brooklyn, New York to complete my degree in Art History at Pratt Institute School of Art and Design. For now I am based downtown in Los Angeles, California.
Behind the lens of the female gaze, I explore the concept of the inner psyche in representational forms.
The freedom of expression from within and the process of that journey by means of the human body is an innate part of mankind. My work revolves around portraiture and the nature of our being, existence and reality. The source of my inspiration comes from a variety of things — queer feminism, the Cosmos, introspection, dreams and individuality.