Ting trained at LAMDA and is a sound designer, composer, and theatre maker. She grew up in Beijing and studied in the Netherlands before moving to the UK.
Recent sound design/composition credits include: Lyonesse (West End); The Crucible (National Theatre/Gielgud Theatre. Content Sound Design); Black Superhero (Royal Court); Watch On The Rhine (Donmar Warehouse); The Beekeeper of Aleppo (Nottingham Playhouse/UK Tour); The Tempest (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre/Unicorn); My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) (Ambassadors Theatre/Garrick Theatre/Underbelly/Turbine Theatre. WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production); The Breach, Peggy For You, Folk (Hampstead Theatre); Macbeth (ETT/Shakespeare North/International Tour); War & Culture (New Diorama); Klippies (Young Vic); After The End, The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Scissors (Sheffield Theatres); Antigone(Storyhouse); Ruckus (Summerhall/Southwark Playhouse); Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder (Roundabout/Underbelly/Bristol Old Vic/HOME MCR); Tsunagu/Connect (Shoreditch Town Hall) and Two Billion Beats (Orange Tree Theatre).
Her work as a creative collaborator and making sound and music includes Walking Cats (Camden People’s Theatre/Vault Festival) and Imaginarium (Online Tour).
Radio credits include Humane and BURP.
Short Film credits include Medea/Worn and My Last Duchess.