Born in Hong Kong in 1965, Amy is of Dongguan, Guangdong, Chinese origin. She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong.
Evoked from her passion for art, Amy has been active in the cultural, art and photographic arena for many years. She established the Hong Kong Medical Association Photographic Society and is now its Chairperson. She also takes up honorary consultancy and administrative positions in various photographic associations.

Amy was ranked by the Photographic Society of America (PSA) as top ten world wide on the Listing of Pictorial Prints Large Colour Division in the International Salon of Photography in 2008, and on the Listing of Pictorial Prints Large Monochrome Division in the International Salon of Photography in 2008 and 2009.

Her photographs have been exhibited on renowned photographic websites and online art galleries in Italy, France, Russia, Korea, Portugal, the United States, etc, by invitation; and have won her over 100 major international awards.

PSA, museums worldwide and private collectors hold collections of her photographs.
She has held solo photo exhibitions and published photo albums. She was invited by the Civil and Municipal Affairs Bureau of the Macao Special Administrative Region Government and the Photographic Society of Macao to hold sold exhibition on the topic of “Lotus” in their Lotus Festival year 2015. She was the artist photographer being invited to represent Hong Kong in the Guangdong exhibition held by the Guangdong Women’s Photographic Association in 2016.
She has been adjudicator for many international salons and local photographic contests. She has been invited to serve as one of the international judges for the upcoming Wilmington Salon Photo Exhibition 2017, USA.
She is a columnist publishing articles on photography weekly in newspapers and journals, and is being invited frequently to speak in international and local conferences regarding photography.
To practise ink colour painting, Amy turns to renowned contemporary ink colour painter Lam Tian Xing, from whom she learns about Chinese calligraphy, painting and art. In her works, Amy tries to infused her beliefs into an aesthetic presentation of the visual truth, and manifest her appreciation of tradition through the rendition of unique concepts and application of breakthrough techniques. Her art pieces are the demonstration of her integrity as an artist.