Shuling is a documentary filmmaker, freelance location sound recordist, speaker and educator with a passion for creating a positive impact on the community.
She is the founder of Media For Social Change, a social enterprise that works with non-profit organizations and socially conscious businesses to tell their stories through the power of video.
Shuling’s most recent film Growing Roots, a documentary which highlights the growing urban faming movement in Singapore, premiered on the Discovery Channel as part of the Singapore Stories series.
She is currently producing/directing her first feature-length documentary Intuition, about a young woman’s quest to help underperforming students learn to love learning again.
She is also an Associate Producer of In The Game (2015), a documentary by the multiple award-winning Kartemquin Films (The Interrupters, Hoop Dreams, Life Itself), and has worked on films such as Radical Grace (2015), Beneath The Blindfold (2012), and Cooked.
Her work with nonprofit organizations has helped influence expansions of programs across cities, helped recruit hundreds of volunteers, and helped raise over $100,000 for non-profit organizations at their annual fundraisers.
Born and raised in Singapore, Shuling is also a Radio/Television/Film grad from Northwestern University (go ‘Cats!), and was awarded the Ngee Ann Kongsi Gold Medal as the most outstanding grad from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in 2006, where she obtained her Diploma in Mass Communication. She has been invited to speak at the ContentAsia Summit, Chicago Documentary Summit, Chicago Filmmakers, and Northwestern University.
She is currently based in Chicago and travels across countries doing freelance documentary work and speaking engagements.