Sue Ding (she/her) is a documentary filmmaker and new media creator based in Los Angeles (occupied Tongva land). She directs and produces nonfiction media—from feature documentaries to VR—for platforms including The New York Times, Netflix, and PBS. Her documentary work explores identity, storytelling, and visual culture, particularly through the lens of diaspora and physical space.
Sue also consults on interactive, immersive, and multiplatform projects, writes about documentary storytelling, and serves as Senior Programmer for Emerging Media at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. She is an alum of MIT’s Open Documentary Lab and Comparative Media Studies program, and a Senior Civic Media Fellow at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Sue is passionate about art, pop culture, speculative fiction, dessert, supporting women and POC in media, The Fast and the Furious, and intersections between any/all of the above. Get in touch here.