Photographer @ Jeff Chang Studio
With over 8 years of professional experience as freelance photographer Jeff Chang’s body of work ranges from editorial photography to advertising campaigns for variety of international luxury brands. His growing list of clients includes companies & organisations such as Bvlgari, Tiffany & Co. , Yves Saint Laurent, Shiseido, Mont Blanc, Singapore Airline, Lancome, Shu Uemura, MaxFactor, Lux, Beringer and Mary Chia. Chang’s works can be found on the pages of lifestyle and fashion publications such as L’Officiel Singapore, NUYOU, Men’s Folio, Herworld Singapore, Prestige and the South China Morning Post.
Alongside being a photographer Jeff has been lecturer at Design and Media Department of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. He also conducts workshops and sharing sessions for leading photography brands and independent photo-community organisations.
Chang’s passion for photography was ignited when he picked up film photography as a student at Temasek Polytechnic. Everything about the process fascinated him, from loading the film to taking the pictures and processing them in the dark room as 16x20 black-and-white photographic prints. Later on transiting from film to digital photography allowed him to make his imagination come alive and exercise it in a different genres in photography itself.
Whether it’s capturing emotions, high fashion stories, beauty of celebrities or inspiring individuals from corporate world, Chang brings excellence, light, energy and strength to the subjects he photographs.
“After World War II, the world needed something to lift its spirits. Dior did that with its New Look, which was accompanied by simple yet powerful imagery,” says Chang. “We’re living in a pessimistic time now, so we need to boost fashion similarly by portraying strong individuals. That way, we keep a positive outlook on the future.”
Her World Singapore
NU YOU Singapore
South China Morning Post
Burda Singapore & Hong Kong
Mr Magazine Hong Kong
Nanyang Technological University
National University of Singapore