Mason School of Art | Xang Ho
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Xang Ho

Xang Ho
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Photographer, Art Director, Portraiture, Fine Art Photography, Identity Narrative
2050 Art and Design Building; MSN: 1C3
(703) 993-8898

Xang Mimi Ho is a fashion photographer in the Virginia area as well as an adjunct professor at George Mason University. Ho received her Bachelor of Fine Art from George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, and her Master of Fine Art from the Maryland Institute College of Arts, Baltimore, Maryland. Her artwork explores themes of identity and social issues.

Ho is a 2005 VSA Emerging Young Artists Program First Place winner and participated in the 2015 EYA retrospective exhibit Focus Forward at the Kennedy Center.  She is a practicing fashion photographer, and her photographs are included in two published books; “Portrait from The Pike”: A Celebration of Community and “Living Diversity”: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project.”