Stefen Chow © Stefen Chow
2013, 2nd prize singles, Staged Portraits
Stefen Chow’s clients include The Smithsonian, Time magazine, Geo, The Guardian, and various commercial companies. He won the grand prize at the Arles Photography Open Salon for the Poverty Line, a photo project on what it means to be poor done in conjunction with economist Lin Hui-Yi, and was awarded an artist’s residency during the Les Rencontres d’Arles. The project has been exhibited at the Three Shadows gallery in Beijing, China, and galleries in Singapore; Penang, Malaysia, and Cologne, Germany, and has been featured beyond photography-oriented press, including NPR, Foreign Policy, Xinhua and Singapore Business Times. The project was also presented at TED@ Shanghai, a global talent search by TED in 2012. In addition, Chow’s work has received awards from PDN, Billboard, International Photo Awards, and Photographie de la Paris. He is a judge for the Tokyo-based Nikon Photo Contest. At the age of 25, Chow climbed to the summit of Mount Everest, and is a member of the Explorers Club. Chow lives in Beijing, China, and Singapore.
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Stefen Chow on Twitter
22 April 2016
I am excited to share my latest motion project, yè (夜). It is a collaboration with Taiwanese artist ASA and I... https://t.co/KM9KXGkvcE
21 April 2016
Thank you for all the birthday love all around! I was in Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto, Japan last year for a shoot and... https://t.co/uEE8Eo41sj
20 April 2016
@WIREDPhoto Thank you very much for the highlight!
20 April 2016
Thanks to WIRED for featuring my project, 'Big City Small Things'. Especially to Laura Mallonee for reaching out... https://t.co/gMmsNLQIS9
18 April 2016
Working on a personal project, 'Urban Movement' with the new Nikon D5. Agboton Guy-Patrick aka Frenchie, 30, a... https://t.co/mB6EQPIqHf