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.
1975.12 Born in Vancouver, BC
1999.06 Graduated from McGill University, Bachelor of Science (Arch)
2001.06 Graduated from University of Hong Kong, Master of Architecture
2010.10 Established In-between Architects
2016.10 FotoFete by Asia Society Hong Kong, Finalist
2019.01 National Geographic Wheelock Hong Kong Photo Contest 2018, City | Top 50 Finalist
2020.04 Hong Kong, Hope finds you well, a HKIPF Satellite Exhibition, West Kowloon
2020.04 WMA masters 2019/20 ‘Light’ , Tai Kwun, Central