Koh is a New York based oil painter. Originally from Tokyo Japan, she is one-sixteenth French. By the experiences of living in France and the US, she moved to New York in 2016 to explore the mindsets of people in an increasingly complex world that lies beyond culture and genders.

Through her oil painting, she expresses the concept of contradicting elements; life, death, and the complex psychological spaces in between. Her work is heavily influenced by the vibrant energy of New York City, and captures the nuances of the world surrounding her and the complexities of life. She aims to communicate the idea of contradiction and spirituality that resonates with the viewers.

Koh holds a Bachelor of FineArts degree with Honors from Parsons School of Design and studied BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting program at University of the Arts London as an exchange student. Before studying at ParsonsSchool of Design, she studied Academic writing at Columbia University.