"Today I would portray the world from an ant's-eye view and tomorrow, as the moon sees it, perhaps, and then as many other creatures see it.

- Hannah Höch

Jemima Yong photographs with the eyes of a performance maker, which influences her composition and ideas around meaning making. Collaboration, experimentation and time are central to her process. 

Jemima is interested in developing the role of the photographer as collaborator in live performance and in studying the relationship between live culture and visual literacy. 

She has had solo exhibitions in London, Singapore and Leeds; been published in The Guardian, Time Out and The New Paper and is photographer in residence with Forest Fringe.

She keeps a blog called Performance | Life | Archive where life is seen through the lens of theatre and is a member of DARC (Documentation Action Research Collective).

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photograph by James Tristram

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