Tiffany Lin

Freelance Photographer & Videographer

About me

Tiffany Lin is an award-winning and published Taiwanese photographer and videographer based in London. Her speciality of capturing artwork, people and their surroundings with her delicate aesthetic style has grown into professional pursuits in Art, Fashion, Portraits and Events. With a Master of Arts (M.A) in Media Communication and Critical Practice (London College of Communication), a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Fashion Photography (London College of Fashion) and 6 years of professional experience, her pursuit of new knowledge and experiences pushes her to continually evolve her vision and reinforcing her motto of carrying the camera with curiosity, critical thinking, aesthetics and humour. While working as a professional photographer and videographer, Tiffany is also working on a number of art projects which explore and question the identities between nations and cultures. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and public spaces including the Richard Young Gallery in Kensington and Shoreditch Town Hall. Tiffany has also had her work published in publications such as Vogue Italia and Dancing Times. She has been working with some of her top clients including Wired, Fashion Scout during London Fashion Week, Taipei Representative in the UK (Taiwan Embassy), Tencent, Access Brand Communications (Burt's Bees, Curlformers), Iris Worldwide x Wella, Zeal Network, Metropolis Studios, Principal Tower, Japanese Gallery, Mr. President, Healthy Backpack and more.

Locked Pro Plan feature


  • Retouching
  • Premier Pro
  • Photography
  • Landscape Photography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Event Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Concert Photography
  • Media Communication
  • Performance Photography
  • Film Production and Editing
  • Theatre Photography
  • Languages Multi-lingual Services
  • Graphi Design
  • Art Direction Photography



Media Communication and Critical Practice

London College of Communication

Dec 2014 - Dec 2014
  • London, United Kingdom


Aug 2008 - May 2011
  • London, United Kingdom