Janice Chung is a Korean-American artist, born and bred in New York City. The daughter of Korean immigrants of Queens, Chung was heavily influenced by her parents’ Confucian values in a financially struggling, reserved household. As Chung entered her twenties, she began to unveil the tensions within her family using her camera to gaze into the unspoken. Today, Chung continues to work in the confines of the Korean-American community while photographing her family both in New York City and Korea. Through her photography, she hopes to reconcile and break the stigma of broken families in the Asian-American community. Chung earned her BFA in photography at the School of Visual Arts and currently resides and works in New York City.