Joyce was born in Guangdong, China, in 1996. Based on her love for storytelling, she is engaged in the creation of visual works. She completed her bachelor's degree in photography in China in 2019. From 2015 to 2019, she spent four years filming the project "Nostalgia", exploring and photographing the primitive traditional folk culture of a small village in her hometown of Jieyang, Guangdong Province. Exploring and exploring those traditional cultures that have gradually disappeared in the process of modern urbanization. Her project 'Mutualism' was invited to be exhibited at the Pingyao International Photography Exhibition in 2019. Through the form of artistic creation, she puts forward some thoughts on peoples' sense of security in modern life, and further explores peoples' inner psychological state in modern urban life. At the same time, she won a scholarship for the University of Goldsmith and is now studying MA Photography and Urban Cultures, in the hope of documenting the development of society and the meaning behind it in the form of photography. She focuses on how objects in urban space are presented and connected with people, excavating peoples' self-identity and thinking about peoples living space. She hopes that through her works, she can not only show that easily neglected side of life but also further arouse peoples thinking about what is happening in life.