Joyce Ng is a Hong Kong-born, New York-based photographer and visual artist. She is best known for her vibrant and colorful images that explore the relationship between people and their environment.

Ng began her career as a photographer in the early 2000s, when she moved to New York City to pursue her passion for photography. She quickly gained recognition for her unique style of capturing everyday life in the city. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times, Vogue, and Harper’s Bazaar.

In addition to her commercial work, Ng has also created several personal projects that explore themes of identity and belonging. Her series “The Other Side of Chinatown” documents the lives of Chinese immigrants living in New York City’s Chinatown neighborhood. Her project “The Colorful World of Hong Kong” captures the vibrant street life of Hong Kong through vivid colors and textures.

Ng has exhibited her work internationally at galleries and museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. She has also been awarded numerous grants and fellowships from organizations such as the Magnum Foundation, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and The MacDowell Colony.

Ng continues to push boundaries with her photography by exploring new ways to capture moments that are both intimate and universal. Through her work she hopes to inspire viewers to look beyond what they see on the surface and discover something new about themselves or their environment.

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