Charmaine Poh is a photographer, writer, and videographer based in Singapore. She graduated from Tufts University in 2013 with a B.A. in International Relations, and was also a student in the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice. Her work has led her to stories in Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, and Singapore. She is interested in pursuing socio-political narratives in Asian society. Her recent work features issues of solitude, youth, gender, and sexuality.
She was a recent participant in the VII Masterclass Berlin and in the 2017 New York Portfolio Review.
Her work was recently on the NYTimes Lens Blog: https://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2017/07/13/the-nebulous-passage-into-womanhood-charmaine-poh/
2017 - New York Portfolio Review Participant, 2016 - Angkor Photo Festival Workshop Participant, 2016 - VII Masterclass Participant, 2016 - National Arts Council Capability Development Grant, 2014 - Noise Singapore Award
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