Ming Nomchong is an Australia based photographer and visual artist living in Byron Bay. As a visual storyteller, there is something inherently romantic about Ming’s work.
Her works are an emotive look into her world, creating nostalgic analogue dream scenes for her audience with her feminine and highly emotive imagery. Heavily influenced by her coastal existence and life by and in the sea, Ming's practice fluidly moves between analogue image making, collage and printmaking. Her work focuses on the human relationship with nature through a dissection and assemblage of form and textures.
This year she co-published her debut book "PACIFIC", a collection of oceanic photographic imagery, a dissection, and assemblage of form, reimagined with poetry, in collages and textures reminiscent of fragmented daydreams, paying homage to her love of the ocean she has grown up in, the Pacific. Alongside the imagery, sits block printing that Ming created for the book. These block prints have now taken on a life of their own, walking off the pages of the book, and have become another art medium Ming is enjoying exploring. Collaborating with brands through these different mediums and now with the block printing, Ming is excited about this new project with The Dairy.