B. Comm, M. Political Science
Ying Ang graduated as valedictorian for the 2009-2010 class of Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at The International Centre of Photography, with a full portfolio acquired for the permanent collection of the Sagamihara City Museum in Japan and was a participant in the Reflexions Masterclass of 2011-2013.
Ying most recently published "Gold Coast", which has since 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. Gold Coast was also listed by Flak Photo, Lensculture, Voices of Photography, Mark Power / Magnum Photos, Asia Pacific Photobook Archive and Self Publish Be Happy in their top photobooks of 2014 and recently honoured with a nomination for the prestigious Prix Pictet award for 2015.
Ying has also recently fulfilled the role of chief curator for the print exhibitions at the Obscura Festival of Photography and the keynote speaker at the inaugural Photobook New Zealand, 2016.