Los Angeles, CA, USA
Philip Cheung is a photographer based in Los Angeles. His work has been published internationally, including National Geographic, TIME, Wallpaper* and GQ.
His photographs have been exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery (London), the Lumix Festival (Germany) and the Flash Forward Festival (Toronto) among others.
Philip was named one of PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch, and has been awarded by the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Magenta Foundation, Communication Arts, American Photo, Photo District News and Applied Arts.
His clients include: Wallpaper*, TIME, GQ (UK), Dwell, VICE Magazine, Monocle, The Guardian Weekend,
Stern, The Wall Street Journal Magazine (Europe), The Independent Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, Boston Review, VISION, Merian, Getty Images, AFAR, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Das Magazin,The National Magazine, Politiken, Maisonneuve, The Globe and Mail, Globe Style Advisor, National Post, The Grid, Macleans, Report on Business, Canadian Business, Sportsnet, Profit, Financial Times, Le Monde, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
2015 - Leica Oskar Barnack Award - Top 50, 2013 - Selected for Review Santa Fe, 2013 - Communication Arts Photography Annual, 2013 - Photo District News Photography Annual, 2013 - Magenta Foundation - Flash Forward , 2013 - Applied Arts Photography Annual, 2012 - The Renaissance Prize (shortlisted), 2011 - Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize (selected), 2011 - PDN's 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch, 2011 - PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris, 2011 - American Photography 27 (selected), 2011 - Magenta Foundation - Flash Forward, 2010 - Photo District News Photography Annual, 2010 - Communication Arts Photography Annual, 2010 - American Photography 26 (selected), 2010 - Magenta Foundation - Flash Forward, 2010 - Applied Arts Photography Annual, 2010 - NPAC Pictures of the Year, 1st Place, 2010 - Nominated for the UNICEF Photo of the Year, 2010 - Nominated for the World Press Photo Masterclass, 2010 - Jen Bekman’s Hey Hot Shot! Semi-Finalist, 2009 - Magenta Foundation Emerging Photographer Award
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