Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
I am freelance photographer and videographer based in Guangzhou, China. I am receiving photography and video assignments.
I was former photo editor in Guangzhou Daily newspaper and Cityzine magazine. My works have been published by lots of media in and out of China, such as VICE China, Marie Claire Magazine, Cityzine magazine, Lens Magazine, News Weekly Magazine, Blog Weekly Magazine, Tencent News, Sina News, World Journal and so on.
In 2016, my collaborate work Me and Me got Taipei Photo Emerging Talent Award; got in the finalist of Dummy Award Kassel and the finalist of the 8th Three Shadows Photography Award. Me and Me also got Xitek EOS New Talent award 2015. Moreover, my works have been exhibited many times in and out of China.
2016 - The 8th Three Shadows Photography Award, Finalist, 2016 - 2015 Xitek EOS New Talent award, 2016 - Dummy Award Kassel 2016, Finalist. , 2016 - Taipei Photo Emerging Talent Award 2016
- Still life
- Video capture
- Video editing
Me and Me
Me and Me documented a story of growth through life and creation between a couple of artists - Wenjun Chen and Yanmei Jiang. Meeting each other from 2007, we started to record each one's daily life unconsciously, treating the other one as a model in a photographic experiment. It came to a turning point in 2014, we tried to make a change in our life and work. We tended to shoot each other, self-portrait and group photo consciously, exploring and understanding ourselves in this relationship. That was how Me and Me started and also it was just a start. The project compiled the stories between us from 2007 to 2014, and also involved the experimental part of self-exploration and interpersonal relationship from 2014 to 2015. Finally, it displayed as a handmade book consists of four parts.
En Ning is one of the historic neighborhoods in Guangzhou. However, it could not escape from the process of urbanization. The reconstruction plan began in 2006, and constantly changing till now. We were more concerned about the people who were still living there. We talked to them and tried to understand their living conditions and the ways of life, to experience the traditional life style.