Willy Wong, a photographer hailing from Hong Kong, earned his BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently pursuing an MFA degree at the University of Nebraska. Growing up in this distinctive environment has profoundly shaped Willy’s photographic vision and methodology, often centered on themes such as public space, conflict, memory, and the interplay between humanity and nature.

Willy’s photographic endeavors have taken him across the globe, from the American Southwest to his hometown of Hong Kong, and to diverse locales like Vietnam, Taiwan, and Japan. In each place, he delves into the intricate tapestry of history and its ongoing influence on contemporary life, capturing the essence of these complex relationships and their societal and environmental impact.

His work has garnered him various commissions and grants, lauded for its distinctive perspective and innovative approach, cementing Willy’s reputation as a noteworthy talent in the world of photography.