Ngai Wing Lam (b. 1986, Hong Kong) currently lives and works in Hong Kong. She graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2008. Painting being her main medium, Ngai’s subjects include natural and urban landscapes in the city. The Fish Man appears frequently in her paintings, depicted among crowds assuming different postures and identities. Ngai participated in various exhibitions including ‘Let’s Try Catching Steam with Bare Hands’ (Gallery Exit, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Shining Moment’ (TANG Art Foundation, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Alisan Fine Arts x French May Arts Festival Associated Project—Chinese Surrealism’ (Alisan Fine Arts, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Tales of the Ocean’ (WWF-HK x Gallery by the Harbour, Hong Kong, 2020), Asia Art Archive’s annual auction 2020, ‘Every Tuesday’ (Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, Hong Kong, 2018), ‘The Voyage of the Beagle’ (Taiwan, 2017), Foo Tak Quartet Artists work showcase (Art and Culture Outreach, Hong Kong, 2014), solo exhibition ‘Searching for Lost Souls’ (Touch Gallery, Hong Kong, 2022) ‘Until You Are Here’ (YY9 GALLERY, Hong Kong, 2015), and ‘Reading the Time of Fish Man’ (Art and Culture Outreach, Hong Kong, 2012).