Deanna Ng is an independent photographer and educator.
In 2006, Deanna was selected as an International Participant for the Missouri Photo Workshop. The experience taught her the importance of the photograph as a document of history. She was also one of the short-listed artists for the prestigious Icon de Martell Cordon Bleu Photographer of the Year Award in 2010. Deanna was selected as one of Asian's emerging talents and profiled on Nikon's "Through Asian Eyes" in 2011.
Her work includes Life Before Death, a commission by the Lien Foundation which resulted in a solo exhibition at the Month of Photography (Asia) 2009. She has also worked with German Development Agency, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), to document 20 Women in Micro-financing in Indonesia. Her pictures have been published in a book, titled Leaders, Lenders & Breadearners.
In 2015, she is selected as one of the 60 Singapore contemporary artists in the book "Singapore Eye - Contemporary Singapore Art". She has completed her first public commission for LTA's Arts In Transit programme on the the Thomson Line. The station will be ready in 2021.
She is based in Singapore and available for assignments in the region.