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Annice Lyn is a professional photojournalist, who has received recognition for her work documenting important stories and advocating for gender equality. As a former national figure skater, her transition into photography has led her to become the first and only Malaysian female photographer whose work was accredited for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Games and has recently covered the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics & Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics amid the global pandemic.

Annice's work has been featured in major publications and has graced the cover of TIME, National Geographic, and the New York Times. She is currently contracted with Getty Images APAC covering editorial, featured news, current affairs and sports in Malaysia. In addition to her many accomplishments, she is co-founder of Women Photographers Malaysia to make a positive impact by promoting inclusivity through visual storytelling.

She is currently a Canon Malaysia EOS Master, and a co-founder of Women Photographers Malaysia focusing on developing an inclusive culture through visual storytelling. Annice's works include the recent cover of TIME magazine, April 2021’s "Climate is Everything Issue capturing an artwork by Red Hong Yi, and listed in Forbes 30 Under 30, Asia 2021 for her advocacy in bridging the gap in gender equality.

We're proud to be able to collaborate with Annice on this latest workshop offering titled; Framing Opportunities 2023.

During this session, you will get to learn from Annice's extensive experience, get to go through your portfolio as well as be given a photo assignment. Spaces are limited, so make sure you sign up fast!

What you will learn:

  • Creative Process

  • Finding Your Passion

  • Learn the fundamental aspects of Visual Storytelling

  • Photo Assignment: Receive exercise that students can complete on their own to challenge themselves to get better at photography

  • Roundtable Sharing

  • Q & A

  • Photo Review


28th Jan 2023

10:30am - 3pm

Limited to 10pax - 15pax

RM100 per pax (includes lunch)


We are also awarding 1 seat to a lucky applicant. Write in to tell us why you deserve a spot.


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