Su-An Ng works primarily with moving images. She has developed a keen interest in themes inspired by Nature and Science. Through doeanddoe creative studio, Su-An collaborates with other creatives who work with sound, design and technology. She’s interested in exploring experiential ways of connecting with an audience in the public realm.
Su-An has worked with a variety of teams on different screen-based and site-specific projects. This includes content made for the web, social media, film, and also large-scale projections in public spaces. She continues to hone her technical understanding while working on commercial projects and developing her artistry by creating independent work.
Formally trained in Animation at the Emily Carr University of Art & Design (Vancouver), Su-An has shown her work at film festivals in Vancouver, Portland, Ottawa, Toronto, Sydney, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. She has been selected for the National Film Board of Canada Hothouse (Montreal) program and the DOXA Documentary Film Festival Connexions (Vancouver) program in which she has directed and produced short films. Su-An has also been awarded the Emily Carr University President's Media Arts Award (2009), Reel Asian Best Animation Award (2010) and the Legacy Award by Vancouver Women in Film (2010).