Joyce Lue

Joyce graduated from the University of California at Davis with a Bachelor of Arts in Design, with an emphasis in visual communications. At Davis, Joyce focused on storytelling through various mediums and art forms.

Joyce was involved in the development of Stories of Solidarity, a social media tool designed to help workers in low-wage, precarious jobs to build new forms of solidarity. As this was an interdisciplinary project, Joyce had the pleasure of working with students and faculty from various departments at UC Davis and UCLA.

After graduation, Joyce was a lead instructor at Davis Code Camp, a youth-oriented coding camp designed to teach children the logic and basics of computer programming. As one of the preliminary instructors of the camp, she helped to develop several levels of course curriculum and various class materials.

Joyce’s interests include traveling and photography. She has traveled extensively in Europe and parts of Asia. Joyce enjoys film photography and printing in the darkroom.