Bertha is a photographer born and raised in Hong Kong. Her work is mainly focused on issues relating to identity and the urban landscape. She is interested in using photography to explore the impacts of different social interactions on urban cultures. She is also passionate in travel, believing that photography can serve as a wonderful means for communicating urban stories.
With her Sports Scholarship from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, she obtained her Bachelor degree in Government and Public Administration.
She received the HKSAR government scholarship under the “Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme” and was honoured as a “Hong Kong Scholar” in 2016. She completed her master degree in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2017.
Bertha是荷蘭雜誌 “A City Made By People” 香港區成員。
Winner, “For Actually the Earth Had No Roads to Begin With”, “Editorial: Press/Political”, International Photography Award
Shortlisted, “For Actually the Earth Had No Roads to Begin With”, “State of the World”, The Prix de la Photographie Paris: P×3
Finalist, “Business as Usual”, “Documentary and Photojournalism”, Siena International Photo Award.”
2020 (online) Hong Kong: Amnesty International Hong Kong, “For Actually the Earth Had No Roads to Begin With”
2019 Jakarta, Indonesia: Jakarta International Photography Festival, “Traces of British Colonial Hong Kong”
2019 Hong Kong: “Searching for the Spirit of Yau Ma Tei and North Point”
2017 London, UK: Urban Photo Festival 2017, “The Under-stairs Stories”
2017 Hong Kong: ATUM Images, “A Hongkonger”
2017 Liverpool, UK: LOOK/17 Liverpool International Photography Festival, “Trace of British Colonial Hong Kong”