“Oranges are delicious”

Matthew Ng is an artist and photographer based in Chicago, IL and Kansas City, MO. He is a graduate from Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography and a minor in Visual Communication, along with an Associates Degree in Graphic Design from Johnson County Community College. Growing up, his interest in photography sparked from joining the yearbook committee in grade school while at the same time using photography as means to avoid getting his picture taken. He is mesmerized with colors that appear when the sun has completely descended, and often finds himself intrigued with the changes in social behavioral environments of the night.

He aspires to someday grow an orange tree so that he can have fresh oranges everyday, or when they are in season. Matthew is a big advocate for freshly squeezed orange juice, and wishes he lived in an area where oranges were abundant all season.


    Features & Awards

    Loyola Lens (Home Page Screenshot), Loyola University Chicago
    Photos: The 11 best wearables for business professionals, TechRepublic
    Senior Fine Arts Projects Put on Display, Loyola Phoenix
    Loyola Law (Summer 2018), Loyola University Chicago

    Loyola’s Kapwa Competes in Annual Battle of the Bamboo, Loyola Phoenix

    Mawi Learning (Home Page Screenshot), mawilearning.com

    Chicago’s ‘blood moon’, Loyola Phoenix

    Saint Pius X 2012 – 2013 Student Planner Competition Winner

    Saint Pius X 2011 – 2012 Student Planner Competition Winner


    You, 2018
    April 17 – May 12, 2018
    Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA), Chicago, IL

    Sparkling in the Night, 2016
    2016 Loyola Annual Student Juried Exhibition
    January 28 – February 20, 2016
    Ralph Arnold Gallery, Chicago, IL