Photographer Alvin Toh was given exclusive access to Joseph Schooling and his family on several occasions, allowing him to capture many precious and private moments seldom seen by others.Trained in commercial and fine arts photography, he soon found his calling in editorial work, when he

Amrita Chandradas is a documentary photographer, currently based at Singapore and all over South-East Asia. Before moving back to Asia, she largely divided her time between London,Barbados and Jamaica by photographing and co-curating visual art exhibitions Amrita won the prestigious “ Top 30 under 30” award

Bob Lee's photography depicts his passion to capture the minute, mundane and the increasingly oblivious. His unwavering dedication sees him honing his craft, at every instance, drawing light to a subject, through his numerous publications and solo exhibitions to date. Bob’s pictures have brought numerous social

Lim Weixiang majored in economics at the National University of Singapore and presently teaches General Paper in a junior college, in addition to being a photographer. He has worked as a freelance photojournalist for Singapore’s main English daily newspaper, the Straits Times, and his photo

Kevin WY Lee is a photographer and creative director based in Singapore. He has worked as a creative professional and photographer in Australia and Singapore for over 15 years. In 2010, he founded Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA), an organisation which has grown to become a

Robert Zhao Renhui (b. 1983) works mainly with photography but often adopts a multi-disciplinary approach by presenting images together with documents and objects. His work includes textual and media analysis, video and performance. His recent exhibitions include the Singapore Biennale 2013, President’s Young Talents 2013,

Matthew Teo is a visual artist based in Singapore. He graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2007 with a Diploma in Visual Communications (Photography) with Distinction in Digital Photography. He won Best of Show in 2007 from Hasselblad and was the youngest

Tan Ngiap Heng has a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering and a doctorate in nonlinear dynamics, both from University College London. His first move into the arts was undertaking a one-year certificate in dance from the London Contemporary Dance School. After he returned

John Clang is a visual artist working in photography and film. His works examine and raise questions of the world he lives in, providing not pictorial documentation but an intimate mental reflection of one man’s mind. Clang lives and works in New York and Singapore. Other