Enya has been engaged in the Film Industry since 2005 and is the currently elected co president of the newly formed New Zealand Television and Film Association Inc. An association catering for Chinese NZ producers, directors and film financers. She is a published poet in China and NZ and has recently publishing her collected works.
Enya is a chartered accountant and is a director of Acclaim NZ. Prior to establishing her accounting firm in 2003, Enya worked for the Australian public company Wesfarmers and NZ’s Carter Holt Harvey. She was in charge of a division with many branches nationwide and she reported directly to the division GM and CFO of Wesfarmers NZ.
Enya had also been an auditor and business advisory accountant for Grant Thornton and BDO Auckland. Enya’s first involved in New Zealand film industry included the role of associate producer on a number of short films including the American short films Rage, Rabere, & Neila.
In 2013 Enya was associate producer on David Blyth’s feature “Ghost Bride” which subsequently won a number of international film awards. In 2015 Enya introduced the Chinese film project “Cain and Abel” to the New Zealand market. She was to be the co-ordinator and associate producer for the Chinese co-production team. This film has not yet gone into production.
Enya is also co-producing her mother’s biography “Desert Rose” (published in NZ by Penguin Books) which is currently in early development. She is also a producer on the Chinese feature film “Qing Men Yin” which currently in advanced development in China.