Ying Chu and Yu Tsai
Eastern Faces Through a Western Lens
Aired On: Aug 18, 2011
Ying Chu and Yu Tsai discuss their work and trade stories of their global photography.
Ying Chu is Beauty & Health Director of the U.S. edition of Marie Claire, where she oversees all aspects of the editorial process, from researching, planning, writing, and editing to working with visual concepts and photography for all the magazine's print and digital platforms. Born in Shanghai and currently living in New York City, Chu has spent her career in the...
Yu Tsai was made in Taiwan but assembled in the USA and raised on good ole' mid-western American corn. Yu Tsai's inspirations are a compilation of his studies and his extensive travels to Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. With a BA degree in graphic design from Art Center Pasadena, he approaches his subjects with a strong sense of design and composition. His subjects...
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