Kevin Lim joined The Straits Times as a photojournalist in 2009.
A passionate news and sports photographer, Kevin has covered the Malaysian Election and Typhoon Haiyan's aftermath in Tacloban in 2013, Indonesia's legislative elections in 2014, the Rio 2016 Olympics in Brazil, the Asian Games and Trump-Kim Summit in 2018.
He was awarded the Journalist of the Year in 2018.
Juliana Tan is a Singapore-based commercial and editorial photographer and director. Trained as a filmmaker, Juliana creates mise-en-scène in her photographs to situate the narrative of her subject. In both stills and motion, she uses lights, colours and composition purposefully, resulting in a crafted image that evoke a carefully-chosen emotion.
She has been published by The New York Times, Fast Company, Forbes Asia, Financial Times, Credit Suisse Bulletin (Switzerland), She's Mercedes (Germany) amongst others. Her advertising and commercial clients include Google Pay, McDonald's, TD Ameritrade, T Brand Studio, Rolls-Royce, United Overseas Bank and many others.
Her first zine, Waking Up in Strange Places, was selected as part of the Tokyo TDC Annual Awards 2018 book. It was also a finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Photobook Awards 2018.
Bernard is a passionate wildlife photographer whose works have been featured on both local and international media including the Straits Times, NBC, NHK, Nippon TV, 9News, Business Insider and BBC. Some of his most iconic photo stories involve otters climbing up a ladder and otters witnessing a wedding proposal.
Bernard has a keen interest in preserving the biodiversity in Singapore’s natural and urban landscape through his lenses and whilst out in the field. He is an active volunteer with NParks in the area of Conservation and Marine & Coastal. He was the otter spotter for Nat Geo, BBC and NHK documenting teams whilst they were in Singapore.
Otters, crocodiles and marine turtles are closest to Bernard’s heart and has conducted various workshops related to his three favourite animals, tips on how to spot and photograph them in Singapore along with other wildlife. Bernard also loves military aviation and lightning photography.