Earl Wan is a British born Chinese photographer who first made his name in 2010, Hong Kong with magazines such as Prestige and Hong Kong Tatler.
Earl graduated in Illustration with Animation at Manchester Metropolitan University. During his studies, he began shooting his favourite music events and bands, later moving on to portraiture. A year after graduation, he moved to Hong Kong where he resumed his career as a portrait photographer, later moving into fashion. His work began to appear in magazines such as Hong Kong Tatler, Prestige Magazine, Elle Hong Kong, Vogue China and JFK. Earl has also created images for brands such as Dior, G Givenchy, Barney Cheng and has appeared on Singaporean TV show "Supermodel Me - Season 4" as a guest photographer.
Earl is now based in London.
Earl was invited by the international cultural organisation Liberatum to exhibit his portraits at the festival. After Liberatum, Earl became more experimental, later exhibiting abstract work with master photographers such as the late Lester Lee, Ike Eichensehr and has collorated with fashion designer Elle Waldmann on the HEX Project.
Seasons, Kee Club, 28th May 2014
HEX "Modern Evolution Is A Decadent Decay", XXX, 12th September 2012
Untouched, Kee Club, 2nd June 2012
Liberatum Hong Kong, Lane Crawford, 27th - 29th April 2012
Further information regarding these exhibition available on request.