Natalya Ho is a creative from Hong Kong. She currently concentrates in Graphic Design at Rhode Island School of Design and Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. As a visual artist, she thinks it is very important to have a unique way of looking at the world we live in. Her projects included 7 paintings for HKAPA 30th Anniversary, leading 100 girl guides aged 5-65 to paint a wall mural for HK Girl Guide Association 100th Anniversary, a painting for Our HK Foundation Headquarter Reception, a scarf to commemorate HK Breast Cancer Foundation 10th Anniversary (3,000 scarves were sold on all CX flights in 2015-17), one of the 16 local artist to each paint a piano for Play Me I am Yours, an installation for HK Ocean Park Conservation Center and 3 paintings for China Center, Oxford University UK. Natalya founded Art to Heart in 2014, a HKSAR approved NGO to help needy children express their inner voice and facilitate their life purpose through expressive art therapy. In 2016, Natalya was awarded Most Outstanding Student (Visual Art) Runner up by HKJC and SCMP. In 2017, she was finalist for HK Sovereign Art Student Prize. In 2019, she was invited to exhibit as HK young and promising artists in Take One Exhibition in Kwai Fung Heen Gallery.