Ka-Man Tse is an artist and educator. She received an MFA from Yale University, and a BA from Bard College. She has exhibited her work at Para Site, Videotage, Lumenvisum, and Eaton Workshop in Hong Kong, the Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh, PA, and the New York Public Library and Aperture, in New York. Awards and fellowships include the Aperture Portfolio Prize, the Aaron Siskind Fellowship, a research award from Yale University Fund for Lesbian and Gay Studies, and a residency at Light Work. Curatorial projects include Daybreak, co-curated with Matt Jensen at Leslie Lohman Museum, and Unruly Visions, an exhibition of emerging LGBTQ photographers in Hong Kong opening in January 2021 as part of the Hong Kong International Photography Festival. This fall 2020, she exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, as part of Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings, as well at the Houston Center for Photography, in Keeper of the Hearth, curated by Odette England. Her monograph, narrow distances was published in 2018 by Candor Arts. Her photographs have been and featured in Art Asia Pacific, i-d, dazed, VOSTOK, Nueva Luz, Aperture, Papersafe Magazine, NEWSPAPER, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Monocole, Capricious Magazine, Salon, Huffington Post, Slate, Hyphen Magazine, Time Out New York, Time Out Hong Kong, and Ming Pao. She has taught at Cooper Union, Yale School of Art, the City College of New York, and is currently Associate Director of Undergraduate Photography at Parsons School for Design.