Ronnie is a Hong Konger interdisciplinary artist based in British Columbia, Canada. 

Ronnie’s interest in the arts stems from a love for people, and a desire to tell stories that reflect the human condition while uplifting a variety of marginalized communities. Ronnie creates art around social justice and human rights, focusing primarily on the preservation of the Hong Kong identity and 2SLGBTQIA+ stories. On occasion, Ronnie has also tackled subjects such as mental health and climate change.

Ronnie is an uninvited guest on the unceded, ancestral and traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Featured Work

the lights will take you home 隨光尋家 — 2024

4:37-minute media art installation

Capstone project for the University of British Columbia (Okanagan campus) Bachelor of Media Studies program

Recipient of the 2024 Creative Studies Bachelor of Media Studies Award

In the Doorway — 2024

augmented reality public installation

Artist-research piece for The AMP Lab at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan campus)

Becoming Queer Joy — 2023

short documentary | Premiered at the 2023 Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Official Selection for the 2023 Boise International Short Film Festival, the One Fluid Night Film Event, the 2023 Queerfilmfestival Weimar, the 2024 ReelOut Queer Film Festival, the 2024 Vierte Welle Festival, the 2024 Bifocal Film Festival, and the 2024 Student Okanagan Film Festival

nothing (everything) — 2023

short animated film | Best Animation at the 2023 Student Okanagan Film Festival, Official Selection for the April 2023 Denver Monthly Film Awards

Explore an overactive, racing mind through a first-person perspective. With every thought flying by too quickly to process, is one thinking about nothing or everything?