Sze Ning has been passionate about conservation and the environment since young. While pursuing her honours degree in Communications from Monash University, she found herself interning at the Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC).
Ever since then, she has been working with indigenous peoples as it struck a chord with her, opening doors to many enriching experiences. Through that, photography and videography eventually fell into her wheelhouse.
She previously worked for the Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia (JOAS) as the media coordinator to mainstream of community-based content and highlight indigenous issues in the media.
Beyond her work with NGOs, she has shot for Esquire Malaysia, Buzzfeed, Penang Monthly as well as international research publications.
Available for documentary assignments, events and portraits.