THAM Jing Wen is a photographer who lives in Singapore. He loves to explore the complexity of urban environments and capture what is seemingly mundane but yet serendipitously interesting at the same time.
A sociologist by training, Darren SOH originally intended to become an academic, but after he began working as a photographer in 2001, he started using photography as a way to understand the world.
Shyue WOON (b.1975), trained as an Architect, uses photography as a tool to explore subtext in the built environment. In his daily practice as an architect, he turns aspirations and dreams into constructible reality.
NG Hui Hsien
NG Hui Hsien works as an artist, writer and researcher. Her art practice uses photography as a medium to explore themes such as consciousness, the nature of reality and interconnectivity; they are sites where the unconscious can find indirect expression.
Sean Lee was born in 1985 in Singapore. Before becoming a photographer he studied literature in college and later served in the army.
Amrita Chandradas is a documentary photographer, currently based between Singapore & other regions of Southeast Asia.
WEE Teck Hian
Wee Teck Hian began his journey as a photographer in 1997 after an eventful road trip in the United States with friends.
TAY Kay Chin
Tay Kay Chin is a Singaporean photographer who worked mainly in the documentary and photojournalistic genres until recently, when he realizes that not having to show truth with the camera opens up a totally alien and exciting universe.
Sha Ying studied photography and television at Beijing Broadcasting Institute. He left China in 1991 and lived in Japan and Hongkong before settling down in Singapore in 1995.
KOH Yee Chao
An engineer by profession, photography enthusiast Koh Yee Chao’s photographic journey have largely been fuelled by humanity’s advancement.