Edwin Koo, 36, is an independent documentary photographer. His long-term projects examine the themes of human displacement and homelands, spanning topics such as Tibetans, Nepal's Maoist guerrillas and Pakistan's Swat Valley. He has published a photographic monograph, Paradise, (www.abookcalledparadise.com), which is now available in major bookstores.
Mindy Tan, 33, is one of Singapore's leading wedding photographers. Her images have won international awards and exhibited locally at the National Museum. Formerly a correspondent with The New Paper, Mindy won a Society of Publishers Asia award for human-rights reporting. Her documentary and wedding work can be found at www.mindytan.com and www.mindytanweddings.com
Wesley Loh's encounter with the world of photography at the age of 18 spelt the start of a journey of self-discovery, beauty and truth. As an award-winning photographer and storyteller, the 43-year-old has established his credibility with his unique style and personable approach. Wesley's work can be found at www.memphiswest.com