Ginger started her photography career in New York City focussing on documenting multi-culturalism. She collaborated on a book, A Place Called Chinese America that documents the Chinese immigrant history and contribution to America.
Ginger brings a cross-cultural perspective to whatever she does. Born of Chinese/Japanese parentage in China, she grew up in Japan and attended universities in Japan, the USA and the UK. She believes diversity enriches the world and encourages such beliefs in her parallel career as an executive coach.
She is passionately committed to documenting the plight of the Tibetan diaspora. Shaped by her own personal experience of being a refugee, she has photographed the Tibetans in exile in India, Nepal, Europe and the USA. Currently, she is working on a photography essay about her encounter with Tibetans, their leader, the Dalai Lama, and the actions they have taken to preserve their culture. Her work has been shown in Chester, England, New York City and in Berkeley, California.