Ya-Chi Yang is a motion designer, visual storyteller, and filmmaker. Yang works on numerous branded content in the health education and marketing field. Her works have won several awards including Digital Health Awards and W³ Awards, whose goals are to honor creative excellence on digital media. She is passionate about creating inspiring and meaningful content. Yang uses a variety of media to tell compelling stories. She loves transforming text, words, and concepts into visual presentation. Yang holds a master’s degree from University of Utah majoring Film and Media Arts. 

Yang's animated-documentary All The Things I Can Remember examines the mental state of a person who has Alzheimer’s. The video was selected by several festivals including Mammoth Lake Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival, and Taichung International Animation Festival. Her animation collaboration, Seeing through the Eyes of Crocodiles, with director, Lien Fan Shen, has been selected for screening at Seattle Queer Film Festival, Shanghai Pride Film Festival and Beijing Queer Film Festival. 
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