Shina Tser-shiuan Peng (彭澤萱) is a photographer based in Tokyo and New York City. She graduated New York University Tisch's Department of Photography and Imaging, magna cum laude, with a minor in Psychology. She grew up in Kobe, Japan as a Taiwanese American and moved to New York City for university. Her international upbringing has heavily impacted the themes she explores in her artwork. Through her work she questions society's definition of identity and also attempts to understand her own multicultural background. She focuses on moments of the "in-between", the intersectionality, and the dichotomies that people exist in. She aims to be an East Asian creator who pushes for more Asian representation in global media. In New York City, she is working as New York Times photo editor and photographer, Jeffrey Henson Scales' assistant. During the pandemic she moved to Tokyo. Within her first year of freelancing, she has had the opportunity to work with New York Times, Elle Japan, i-D Japan, and more. 
New York Times, i-D JapanELLE Japan, Dropbox, Diners Club, 88 Rising, Teen Vogue,
ViVi Magazine, 
New York Magazine, Nike Japan, Samsung USA, Bumble
Crocs Japan, Sabon Tokyo,
B's International: XGirl, XLarge, SILAS, Milkfed, Community Mill, Styles
Group Exhibitions
2018 cit.i.zen.ship: reflection on human rights, NYU Tisch, 721 Broadway, New York
2018 Free Film, Worthless Studios, 318 Canal Street, New York
2020 NYU Tisch Photo & Imaging Senior Show 1, NYU Kimmel Windows

Solo Exhibitions
2022 Tanthem Presents: Shina Peng, New York 

2017 International Baccalaureate Award
2018 NYU Tisch Dean’s List
2018 Nikon Storytellers Scholarship Semifinalist
2019 NYU Tisch Dean's List
2019 Nikon Storytellers Scholarship Semifinalist
2019 Accepted to Samsung #TeamGalaxy Program
2020 Graduated Magnum Cum Laude NYU Tisch Photography and Imaging
2020 Recipient of Thomas Drysdale Production Fund Award for 「ハーフ」

2021 Founder's Award
2021 Getty Images #ShowUs Grant Judge
2021 New York Times "The Year in Pictures"