by Nick Christophers

In recent years artists from Asia have made significant inroads when it comes to the entertainment world. From K-Pop singers to films like “Crazy Rich Asians” it is hard to ignore the talent pool that is establishing itself in American mainstream. This would be the case for musician, model, and actress Mizz.

As a young lady Mizz was always attracted to the magic of music and entertainment in general. That being the case she went ahead and completed a

Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Magna Cum Laude from NYU Tisch with a minor in Psychology. This was a big step for her, and she was determined to make the most of her education.

“I saw the arts as a way to heal my mind and body. I believe all human beings are inclined to creativity and a beautiful way to heal our everyday pains is through art. After training I realized I wanted to be able to do this full time for the rest of my life.”

Out of all the disciplines she is most focused on would be music as it was her first love. Only recently did she win many awards for her first music video “To My Love” like the Official Selection at the Paris Music Video Underground Awards, Official Selection at the Bestlov Film Festival, Best Asian Music Video category at the Prague International Sound Music Awards and more. The latter was the one she was most proud of since it was a way of representing her community. Her music is a fusion of lo-fi and R&B.

When it comes to film she has worked on various studio and short projects. Works like “Help Wanted” (Series) where she plays the character Emma, “The Boardwalk Agreement” (Short) as the character Reina or “Nine” (Short) as Bex. Mizz is always on the move and looking for more opportunities to showcase her talents. Outside of all the arts she is also active working to implement hope and charity globally. She has traveled to Malaysia, England and to the US working to encourage harmony and unity in all aspects of human kindness.

Currently, she is working on her first short film that is dear to her heart. Even though she cannot offer too many details at this time it will focus on bridging the gap between Malaysian stories in western media through this specific project.