I am an interdisciplinary illustrator, print-maker and workshop facilitator
based in London and Taiwan.
Studying and keeping caterpillars from a young age developed my fascination with ecology.
I transform scientific information of living organisms and their environment into illustrations. My illustrations related to the theme have been commissioned by Unilever Four Acres, White Stuff, Canary Wharf Jubilee Place, Marie Claire Taiwan and Resurgence & Ecologist, etc.
Writing is an important process to pause, reflect, appreciate, digest and grow. It is another way for me to bravely whisper what I care about to this big world. Some of my writings in Mandarin could be read in my column on Marie Claire Taiwan website.
I graduated from Kingston University BA Illustration Animation in 2021.
In 2023, I completed my MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art.
Being fascinated by the content of postmodern higher art education in the Western world, I have been working as a studio fellow at Kingston University BA illustration Animation for 2 years. Truly falling in love with community-based learning and museum education, I have been working as a Museum Creative & Youth Engagement Officer at Wimbledon Museum.
I love learning about the communities through the lens of local history and archives.
I love building deep relationships with the communities by being part of them.
I love listening to stories told by intergenerational locals in the communities.
I love passing on the spirits of the communities through multiple types of publications.
I love making history with the communities.
In the communities,
I love the process of collective and interdisciplinary learning.
I love interpreting the findings into a bridge of narrative that facilitates the physical experience and interaction between the audience and their surroundings.
I love investigating how the interactions stimulate environmental actions.
I design and facilitate print-making, craft-making, storytelling and discussion workshops for museums, educational institutions, charities, members of the public and community groups exploring ideas around traditional and alternative sustainable print-making techniques, creativity, the natural environment, found objects and cultural stories of sites, etc.
These have included:
Wimbledon Museum, Bentall Centre Kingston, Kingston School of Art, Not My Beautiful House, Kingston Historic Market, AcrossRCA Royal College of Art, Xue Xue Foundation Taiwan and Yong-An Elementary School Taiwan, etc.