Earl Wan is a London-based Fashion Photographer who recently returned to the UK after spending many years
in Hong Kong where he established himself as a high-end Portrait and Editorial Photographer for international
publications such as; Vogue, Elle, Tatler and Glass, and luxury fashion brands; Dior, Givenchy and Barney Cheng.
With a decisive and creative eye, Earl captures stand-out moments - balancing; light, mood and composition.
Earl has an organised and fluid way of working, taking into consideration all elements of a brief and regards his work
with clients as a creative collaboration, a partnership.
Born in the UK, Earl grew up in Harrogate, Yorkshire, and graduated with a degree in Illustration and Animation
from Manchester Metropolitan University. Following his parents' Cantonese roots, he moved to Hong Kong to learn
about the culture before starting his career in Photography. Now, back in the UK, Earl is enjoying the Capital.
To discuss a commission, please contact Earl Wan on firstname.lastname@example.org
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 collaborated 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.