Billy H.C. Kwok (b. 1989, Hong Kong) began the career as a reporter in newspapers before pursuing his photographic career. Images have become a more intuitive and engaging medium for him to tell stories beyond syntax. He works at the intersection of art and documentary, which focus on human rights in modern-day migration, and contemporary conditions perceived as legacy of deep-rooted power structures. He now splits his time for assignments between Hong Kong, Taiwan, China and South East Asia, among others.
Kwok is highly observant and adaptable to cultural and environmental diversity. Apart from generating still images, he works both individually and collaboratively for multimedia storytelling.