Josephine thinks art inherently grants the artists with greater freedom and magnitude to express their will. As her attention often goes to the "downside" of the world, she likes to interpret and represent reality from bizarre perspectives. She has great interest in human existence and subject about life and death. Most of her works are inspired from pondering the meaning of life and death. Her artistic practices are mainly in painting, sculpture, and narrative combined by mediums. Paintings and sculptures are now the focus of her exploration in art. Graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012, her works received various awards including AVA Award and Blue Lotus Gallery Award.