Having grown up in Darwin and worked in many third world countries as an Optometrist, Tsu Shan has always been passionate about bringing awareness to issues that matter, later aligning her head and her heart as an actor/producer and making a difference through telling provoking stories. She received Young Territorian of the Year and was semi-Finalist for Young Australian of Year in Community Service. In 2013, she was awarded Sunshine Coast’s Outstanding Business Woman of the Year.
Currently completing post-graduate studies in Producing at AFTRS, Tsu Shan’s online action drama “The Wild Orchards” won 2 out of 7 nominations at 2018 LA Webfest. Her first film, “Tragic Enough” shone the light on domestic violence and won 2 awards at the World Film Awards. Tsu Shan’s paranormal short film thriller “The Legacy” has just been picked up Amazon Prime’s ‘PJs and Pixels’ Channel and has so far also been accepted into the Audience Awards 2018 Horror Shorts Film Festival. She is the producer of Gender Matters recipient, Ally Burnham’s, disability and transgender themed feature “Unsound” that has Screen Australia development support. Tsu Shan is also developing other feature, TV and online projects through her production company, Wise Goat Productions.