Utilizing a range of photographic approaches, Ng’s work explores the complexities of living in contemporary Hawaiʻi and how the past and the present socio-politico policies shape the future of the land and the people of Hawaiʻi. Through photographic expression, Ng aims to provide his viewers with a forum for conversation, while simultaneously exploring how the choices of an individual can impact a shared place.

Ng currently splits his time between Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi and Phoenix, Arizona, where he is currently an MFA candidate at Arizona State University.