Born and raised in Singapore to a fairly traditional Chinese family, Allysa Sing was exposed to film at a young age. Since then, she always had an interest in video as a medium that had the power to recreate and alter experiences. She recently graduated from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and now holds a BFA in Digital Filmmaking. Her short film Crane Wife has won some local and international awards. It has also been exhibited in the Seoul Museum of History in South Korea. Passings is her newest video work that has been recently screened at Videoholica festival. She plans to work on a short film next.