Yolanda Y. Liou is a Taiwan-born photographer and moving image maker, based in London & Brighton, UK. She works with analogue film, digital and collage, with a focus on atmosphere, environment and an underlying narrative suggested within and outside the frame. She utilises available resources and invites the unpredictability of the analogue process to intervene in the image making. Her art work has been featured in many renowned publications including British Journal of Photography, i-D, and It's Nice That. Her commissioned fashion work includes GQ, Marie Claire, Nylon and Rouge Fashionbook.
- Print Sale - Limited Time OfferWe are happy to share that we are doing a limited time print sale of a selection of images from “Thank You For Playing With Me”. Sale ends on Dec 13th, 2020 8” x 12” £60 plus P&P per print 10% of profits goes to WWF To purchase, please email email@example.com For limited editions and more information, please see link below, https://yolandaliou.com/Prints _ “Thank You For Playing With Me” Photography Yolanda Y. Liou Styling/ Makeup/ Talent Enam Ewura Adjoa Asiama & Vanessa Charnel
- I Think It's Time To Take The Clothes OffSoft Cover A4 Book 24 Pages Hand-numbered limited edition of 100 - “You should wear a bra. It’s more polite.” the lady behind the underwear stand said to me while I was browsing. It was an early morning a few years ago. I went to the local market with my mum, which is one of my favourite things to do when I am back home in Taichung, Taiwan. Coming from Asia, which is relatively conservative about our bodies compared to Western culture, wearing bras is one of the unspoken social customs to fo
- The Wow Magazine #2 - Eternal SunshinePhotography: Yolanda Y. Liou Styling: Alicia Aparicio Makeup: Jan Chan Hair: Miley Shen Model: Jing Huang @ Premier Model Management Styling assistant: Maria Bautista Villaverde Instagram: Photography @yolandaliou Styling @alizlajorobada Makeup @janchanpan Hair @miley_shen Model @egghuangjing @premiermodels Styling assistant @mbvofficiel
- Thank You For Playing With MeThe expectation of being skinny as the standard is relentless in Asian beauty culture. I’ve experienced the stress of this since a very young age. I was always trying different ways to lose weight in order to conform. I remember one time when I was in junior high, I asked my little sister to be in front of the mirror with me and almost like a mantra we kept repeating “I want to be thin, I want to be tall, I want to be thin, I want to be tall...” What it did to me physically and especially psycho
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