Stephanie Mei-Ling is a Black-American/Taiwanese documentary photographer based between Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Through her work she explores such layered issues as the complexity of intersectional identity; elevating the narrative of invisible communities; society's fetishization of marginalized subcultures; the universality of otherness through a global lens; and the appropriation, re-appropriation and reclaiming of cultural narratives.
The New York Times
High Country News
AWARDS & GRANTS
2019 IWMF Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice Grantee
In Conversation: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity - African American Museum in Philadelphia, 2019
MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora presents ALTAR: Prayer, Ritual, Offering - Photoville, NYC, 2019