About My Photography - Sharon H. Chang

I am a social justice, community, and event photographer who believes visual storytelling has the power to move hearts and minds and change the world. My work centers BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) especially womxn and femmes, gender diverse peoples, youth, and family. My current long-term project is a series portraying Womxn and Nonbinary Farmers of Color in Washington state, funded by the 2019 Northwest Journalists of Color Visual Storytelling Grant. I am available for events in line with my vision. If you would like to work together, please contact me for rates and bookings. At the moment, I don't shoot headshots, portraits, traditional weddings, or in-studio.


Publication

Teaching for Black Lives

South Seattle Emerald

The Seattle Globalist

Rethinking Schools


Exhibition & Display

For the Culture, Directed by Cece Chan (South End Stories Student Film Festival)

Art Action & Luminary Lanterns in the CID (Humbows Not Hotels)

Breaking Barriers: Girls Empowerment Summit (The Bennett Foundation)

ACES: Artists of Color Expo & Symposium


Grants & Awards

2019 Northwest Journalists of Color Visual Storytelling Grant


Continued Education

Fundamentals of Composition (John Greengo)

7 Steps to Better Photography (Hudson's Photo)

Crash Course In Digital Photography (Photographic Center Northwest)

Photography Essentials Part I (Glazer's Camera)