MJR Photo Collective
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Based between Melbourne, Singapore and New York, Ying Ang is a photographer of social and contemporary issues. Her interests lie in creating visual and literary content for print, web and installation, exploring a range of formats and styles. Ying has exhibited internationally in group and solo shows from New York to Arles, has a full portfolio acquired by the permanent collection of the Sagamihara City Museum in Japan, in addition to working globally for clients such as the Wall Street Journal and The Fader in New York, Das Magazin in Zurich, Yo Dona in Madrid and Afisha Mir in Moscow. She graduated as valedictorian for the 2009-2010 class of Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at The International Centre of Photography, has garnered a wide range of awards and is currently a participant in the Reflexions Masterclass of 2011-2013.
Ying has lived and worked extensively in Asia, Australia and North America, having pursued academic training in Biotechnology, Communications and post-graduate studies in Political Science.
A member of the MJR photo collective, alongside Ling Ang, Adrienne Grunwald, Mustafah Abdulaziz, Matthew Craig, Gareth Phillips, Noah Rabinowitz and Brandon Thibodeaux, Ying also devotes her time to producing publications and project managing a variety of projects within the wider creative community.