Chee Yong




Zinkie Aw

Singaporean photographer Zinkie Aw specialises in Events Photography for corporate entities, and is Associate Instructor at Canon Imaging Academy. She graduated from Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University with a Singapore Bachelor of Communication Studies (2nd Upper Honours). She mentors students on conceptual and personal work photography by hosting talks and workshops, and she has also judged for various community-initiated contests organised by clubs and societies, and corporate agencies both locally and regionally. Her works were exhibited around the world, including the Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris exhibition in Paris, France, with one of her works, ‘Meet the Candi-Dates’ being awarded the Honourable Mention.

Chow Chee Yong

Chee Yong received his MA (Distinction) degree in Photography in 2001 from Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan. His works have been featured in publications such as Asian Geographic, Passages North (USA), Photo Asia, OP Editions (Hong Kong), 11+1 (Japan) and Nippon Camera (Japan). His first publication, “30th Feb”, a hardcover book of his surrealistic Images, was launched in Singapore with his 6th solo exhibition in February 2008. In 2011, Chee Yong was the first and only Singaporean among 15 photographers worldwide to be recognised as one of “2011 Loweprofessionals”. Chee Yong has participated in more than 40 solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums in China, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey and the United States of America. His original prints can be found in international museums like the Permanent Collection of Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan), and national museums in Singapore like the National Gallery and National Museum. Currently, Chee Yong is a Senior Lecturer for Photography at Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Design and Manager of BeyonDesign Centre.


Alvin Ho

Alvin’s immense passion for music and his obsession with capturing live music moments has led him to immortalising local artistes at intimate gigs to international superstars at sold out arena shows for more than 9 years. Through his photos, Alvin aims to let his viewers feel the same adrenaline rush and atmosphere the fans at the front row experienced. Between the blazing lights and roaring crowds, Alvin also dedicates his time into documenting social and community projects with the vision of using this medium to bridge cultural differences and spread optimism to the less privileged. Together with Canon Imaging Academy, Alvin conducts basic photography workshops and product training for Canon consumers.



An event organised by Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) Photographic Society

Supported by the National Youth Achievement Award

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