I am an award winning short filmmaker and artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland, currently developing a slate of short films and writing a feature film, Goodbye Eli.
I was born in Taiwan in 1984 and moved to U.K in 2000, and after graduating from a degree in Pharmacology, I decided to pursue Photography which later leads to Filmmaking.
My narrative short films had travelled to many film festivals around the world and won awards, I had also made a strings of dance films collaborating with dancers and choreographers which are all unique on its own.
I was recently commissioned to make a site specific installation, Faery Trail for Spectra Festival in Aberdeen, the festival was visited by over 90,000 people.
For photography, I specialised in large format analogue process, focusing on Wet Plate Collodion, Dry Plate and Cyanotype.
In 2018 I received a grant from The Richard and Siobhán Coward Foundation to complete a 8x10 cyanotype portrait project, 44 Letters.