Jing is a bilingual, Chinese-American writer/director working extensively in China and the US. As an immigrant child, Jing spent many hours in the library where he discovered his passion for stories. This eventually led him to filmmaking, where he is known for his multicultural sensibility infused into stories full of heart and underdog drive.
A graduate of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, Jing began his career as a commercial director shooting for global brands such as Levi’s, Johnnie Walker, Cartier and McDonald’s. His work would receive recognition at the Cannes Lions, D&AD, ADDY awards, Creativity International and the AICP Show.
From there, Jing ventured into longer form filmmaking, where he has found success as both a writer and director. His shorts have won HBO Visionaries, the Armed With a Camera Fellowship and the Sloan Foundation Grant. He was a staff writer on the inaugural season of the BET show Boomerang and directed two episodes of its sister show Twenties. Currently, he is in development as writer/director on his Black List winning script, Chang Can Dunk for Disney.
深耕洛杉磯的他，正與迪士尼合作，著手前置自編自導的首部劇情長片Chang Can Dunk，此片將於2021秋天紐約開拍。