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Sarah Wong studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie for Visual Art and Design (1985-1990). Her vision on photography is strongly engaged with Awareness. Her first solo project was a public art exhibition beside the Van Gogh and Rijksmuseum with 3x3 meter photos about our global environment and human's behaviour. With her vision she was ahead of the times. Nowadays ecologists are telling the story about nature reflecting human consciousness.

Her second project on Awareness is the photo book Inside Out / Portraits of Cross-gender Children. Since 2003 she's following a group Dutch transgender children, looking for their authentic identity. The transgender portraits were published in international newspapers as Scientific American, Huffington Post, The New York Times and Le Monde.  Summer 2018 she continued the transgender children photo project with The Follow up: 2003-2020.

In 2019 she shared her vision as a photographer/ creative director for a Swiss medical organization in search for Awareness and positive imaging. Summer 2020 she worked for the Dutch Rijksoverheid portraying new Dutch pioneering farmers who inspire society how to deal with climate change. 

Sarah Wong: "One image says more than a thousand words. This world needs positive inspiration for global transformation."





'Inside Out: Portraits of Cross-Gender Children, are beautiful documents of Transgender Kids!' 

AkzoNobel Art Foundation: the photographs about 'identity' and 'compassion' are beautiful and enduring projects that create consciousness using images that appeal directly to the eye. 



The New York Times

Scientific American Mind

Le Monde - Science et medecine

Editorial Portraits

Dutch television

Andrea Bocelli - Universal Music International

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