About Jing

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Jing was born and raised in China. After she finished high school, she went to Japan to study Japanese literature. She finished both her bachelor's and master's degrees in Japan. Jing came to the U.S. in 2006.

Jing got her first film camera 19 years ago. She liked to take pictures everyday of anything that caught her eye in the cities she had lived in. Jing loves experiencing different ways of life and different cultures. This added a variety of viewpoints and contributed to her unique inclinations as a photographer.

Penetrating reality through the camera, Jing likes to capture people’s lives in complex and different ways. She also likes to capture beautiful things that touches her heart or catches her eye anywhere.

Most of her inspiration from literature, poems and stories, she also gets inspiration from Chinese ink paintings and movies as well.

Jing received an art award from the 2010 Red Wheelbarrow magazine. Her work was exhibited at the Women’s Caucus Exhibition in 2012 SPE National Conference. In the same year, her work was exhibited at the Statewide Photography Competition and the Exhibition at Triton Museum of Art. In 2012 and 2013, Jing received a web gallery acceptance in the Center for Photographic Art Juried Exhibition. 

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