Waterloo, ON, Canada
Hannah Yoon is a freelance photojournalist based in Waterloo, Ontario. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Wilfrid Laurier University and a college diploma in Photojournalism from Loyalist College. She has documented a variety of subjects including cultural and social Otherness, social isolation, mental health, and collective memory. Recently Hannah has been exploring my own identity as a member of the Korean diaspora and how her upbringing in Canada has shaped her as a person and her work. Hannah’s work has appeared in various Canadian and American publications and she was the 2014 recipient of the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award from the Canadian Press.
2015 - Helge Hummevoll Scholarship, 2014 - NPAC Student Photographer of the Year, 2014 - Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award
Sisters Melody, 11, and Fiona Shi, 9, watch a Kpop music video on their cellphone in the dining area of their parents' restaurant Fortune Cookie in Portage, PA.
Sisters Fiona Shi, 9, and Melody Shi, 11, usually spend time behind the counter to watch videos or do homework at their parents restaurant.
Siblings Matthew, Fiona and Melody Shi watch a music video on their phone at their parents' restaurant Fortune Cookie in Portage, Pennsylvania.