“Snake”, fabric and wire, 2017. This was a collaborative art piece made by me and Becca Weisz, which was featured in the “Collective Materiality” exhibit at Macy Gallery, New York.

Hello, my name is Linh. I’m originally from California and now live in New York City. I still pinch myself sometimes to make sure it’s not a dream.  In 2014, I graduated at UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Film Studies. I recently received my M.A. in Art and Art Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. I now teach Visual Arts to 7th and 9th grade students at a public school in New York.

My interests expand towards fine arts, stop-motion animation, creative technology, museum education, children’s television programming, and developmental psychology. Eventually, I would like to combine my experience in teaching and filmmaking to create visual stories that explore the relationships that evolve between children, family, and friends.

In this blog, you’ll find my works from the past, current projects, works-in-progress, and the occasional ramblings about life in New York.

P.S., While I’m currently a full-time art teacher, I’m also a free-lance photographer and am currently accepting clients who are seeking photography services. I’m based in Manhattan, NY and Bay Area, CA.  You may contact me here and you may view my photography website here.