Katherine Cheng is a photographer and videographer based between Tkaronto and Hong Kong. Transfixed by questions surrounding the climate crisis, social movements, and Asian diasporic identity, she brings a mixture of documentary and conceptual approaches to her visual storytelling. During her time in Hong Kong, she covered topics ranging from the 2019–2020 protests, and the gradual recovery of local mangroves, to wildlife crime during the pandemic. Most recently, her work has been published in The Globe and Mail, The Wall Street Journal, and Hong Kong Free Press. Her work has also been exhibited across Canada, Hong Kong, Nepal, and South Africa.
Current Exhibitions & Programs
2022 / core / exhibitionMay 6–31Exemplifying the creativity and range of perspectives of the emerging generation of photographers