Based in Melbourne, Australia, Ying Ang is an established photographer and author with extensive international exhibition history and has worked with The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time, Vice, Huck, The Fader magazine and Lucasfilm.

She graduated as valedictorian in the 2009-2010 class of Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at The International Centre of Photography, with a subsequent award and portfolio acquisition for the permanent collection of the Sagamihara City Museum in Japan. Her first artist book, Gold Coast, won the New York Photo Festival and Encontros Da Imagem book prize for 2014, was a finalist for Australian Photobook of the Year, the CREATE Award, the Guernsey Photography Festival Prize for 2015 and acquired for the Rare Books Collection at the Victorian State Library. In 2019, her latest work, The Quickening (FKA Bower Bird Blues), was a Vevey Images Grand Prix finalist in Switzerland, honorably mentioned in the Julia Margaret Cameron Award, finalist for the PHOTO 2020 International Photobook Prize and exhibited in a solo show during Rencontres d’Arles in France. Ying was most recently featured in “FIRECRACKERS: Female Photographers Now”, a showcase of contemporary female documentary photographers published by Thames & Hudson, and “How We See: Photobooks By Women”, featuring one hundred 21st-century photobooks by women photographers published by 10×10 Photobooks.