Hsing-Chia Hsieh (she/her) is a Taiwanese artist who uses photography as her creative tool. Growing up interested in performing arts, she volunteered for the performing art group Our Theatre (Chiayi, Taiwan) for seven years as an assistant director, stage crew, and theater-still photographer.
After graduating from Chinese Culture University in Taiwan with a B.F.A. in Mass Communication; she has also been a full-time portrait photographer for five years, mainly shooting for engagements, wedding documentaries, and family portraits in Taipei, Taiwan.
She recently graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, with an M.F.A. in Photography. She currently resides in Savannah, Georgia, United States.
2023 SCAD Artists' Book Competition Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia.
2023 The Nest Gallery, “Recover from Oblivion” M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, Savannah, Georgia.
2023 Alexander Hall Gallery, “Far from Home” Exhibition, Savannah, Georgia.
2023 Alexander Hall Gallery, “MFA Show”, Savannah, Georgia.
2023 Center for Fine Art Photography, “Altered Images” Online Exhibition, Juried by Lisa Volpe.
2023 SPE-11th Annual 2023 Combined Caucus Exhibition, Juried by Jess T. Dugan. Denver, CO.
2022 Gutstein gallery “That’s a wrap!”, Savannah, Georgia.
2022 Praxis Gallery Juried exhibition “Shape of Things”, Minneapolis, MN.
2022 “Possibilités VII” Experimental inkjet printing, Savannah, Georgia.
2021 SCAD Open Studio, Savannah, Georgia.
2023 SCAD Libraries' Artists' Book Competition Winner- Librarian’s Choice – Recover From Oblivion.
2023 “What Makes Me Become Myself” Fraction Magazine Issue 167 15th Anniversary.
2023 “Seeing Through” SPE-11th Annual 2023 Combined Caucus Exhibition, Juried by Jess T. Dugan.
2022 “Spring”, “Family album”, “I have always loved blowing bubbles” Photo Trouvée Magazine Issue 9 “Family Archives”.
2022 “Comes Around” Fraction Magazine Issue 157 14th Anniversary.
2022 “Survived” The Hand Magazine Issue 36.
2021 “Living Together” F-Stop Magazine Issue #109 Landscape
2021 “Universe” Analog Forever Magazine "A Certain Kind of Blue."
Society for Photographic Education - 2020-present.