Wong Wei-Him

Wong Wei-him (b.1975) is a street photographer and an architect based in Hong Kong.
At first, I use camera to capture inspirations; interesting architectures, peculiar spaces or exquisite design details, for my design projects. It then becomes a habit that I bring my camera with me wherever I go. When I see anything that intrigues or touches me, I take out my camera and photograph it.
It was until I came across Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt and Japanese street photographer Shin Noguchi, so particular their works and the angle they reflect culture and humanity through their photos, I decided to make street photography. Ever since photography has turned into one of my passions.

email: photo@wongweihim.com


2019.01 SUKIDESU Magazine | Hong Kong by Ivan Wong Wei Him

2018.10 Lomography | Stunning Street Snaps with Architect Wong Wei-Him and the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens

2018.03 The Phoblographer | Wong Wei-him shares his connection with Hong Kong's Iconic Harbor


2019.12 WMA Masters 2019/20 ‘Light’ | Finalist

2019.01 National Geographic Wheelock Hong Kong Photo Contest 2018 | Top 50 Finalist - City

2018.10 The Independent Photographer Street Photography Award 2018 | Editor's Pick


2019.12 Float Magazine | Hong Kong, Somewhere In-between

2019.05 Eyeshot | Hong Kong, One the Waterfront

2019.02 SEEN-Magazine | On the waterfront Wei-him Wong (Hong Kong, China)

2018.07 Photo/Foto Magazine | Folio: On the Waterfront by Wong Wei-him

2018.04 Photo/Foto Magazine | Photo/Foto Salon #1 – Doorways

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