About 

Juliana Tan is a Singapore-based editorial and commercial photographer.

Juliana crafts mise-en-scène in her photographs to reinvent spaces and her subjects. She uses lights and colours purposefully, resulting in a cinematic splash of colours that evoke a carefully-chosen emotion to perfection.

Her ability to illuminate her subjects has landed her images on publications such as The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Condé Nast Traveler, and she has also photographed for Western Union, Rolls-Royce, United Overseas Bank and many others.

While not on assignment, Juliana enjoys exploring new cities to learn about history and culture. Follow her travel adventures here.

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Selected publications/clients: 

The New York Times, Financial Times, International Herald Tribune, Condé Nast Traveler, The Business Times, Bulletin (Switzerland), Neon (Germany), Rolls-Royce Asia, Western Union, United Overseas Bank, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore Management University, Wing Tai Holdings, Burpple and others.

Selected Features:

2017 The Business Times: Life from different angles

2016 ArtHop: #PhotographersOnArtHop: An Interview with Juliana Tan

2016 Mothership: 14 S’porean or S’pore-based non-influencer Instagram accounts you should be following

2015 The Straits Times: Lives of residents of Singapore's southern islands captured in documentary

2015 South China Morning Post: Forgotten Singapore: evicted islanders grieve for lost 'paradise'

2014 The Straits Times: Patchwork quilt of life in Singapore

2012 Invisible Photographer Asia: Ten New Faces in Singapore Photography

Exhibitions/Festivals:

2015 "Island Nation" Multimedia Exhibition at National Library Building

2014 "Community Quilts" Photography Exhibition at Rochor Centre

2013 6th Indie Documentary Festival (Singapore)

2013 Winner, Photo Story, Grant Prize, Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards

2012 Top 10 emerging photographers in Singapore, platform.sg

2012 DocuWest Film Festival (Colorado, USA)

2012 3rd Salaya Documentary Festival (Thailand)

2012 Best Editing: Singapore Short Films Award

2012 Outstanding Documentary: Hong Kong Global Chinese Universities Student Film Festival

2012 “Moving Forward” Group Show at The Arts House


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