Michael Fung is a photographer based in London UK. Specialising in Portraiture, Music, Travel, Life Style and Documentary projects, as well as Artist Collaborations.

His career as a photographer has helped him work internationally, on commissions and collaborations with Light Artist Chris Levine, EYE project, singer and model Grace Jones, Grammy award winning band Cage The Elephant,  and many more in the international Music, Art and Performance fields. 

The photo journalistic approach to his documentary and personal projects has seen him shoot projects in many international territories such as Cuba, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, India, Latin America parts of South East Asia and the USA. His current 4 part series “ism” is now in its fourth iteration having documented Cuba, India, Latin America and Africa.

His client list complements his work showing a broad range in the spectrum of work that he produces. 

He works both in mediums of Digital and Analogue Photography. 

His work has been published both in the UK and internationally in publications such as GQEuphoria magazine, Scandanavia Standard, and Vista magazine Cuba.


Selected Clients 

// Chris Levine // Grace Jones // Cage The Elephant // Razorlight // Fat White Family // Bat For Lashes // Maribou State  // Dorian Electra // Ghetto Kumbe // Agar Agar // Sons of an Illustrious Father // Ninja Tune Records // ZZK Records  // GQ  // Vice // Scandanavia Standard // Vista Magazine // Euphoria  Magazine // Live Nation // Mama & Company // AEG presents // Golden Voice // The Fine Arts Society // Eden Labs // EYE project // Frieze // Twelve Arts // Sothebys // Polaroid // Hex Brand // Ilford Photo //  Sandmarc // Manfrotto // Gnarbox //  Lensbaby //

Festival & Events

// Glastonbury Festival // Roskilde Festival // Beloved Festival // Lollapalooza // Love Box // Burningman LLC //  Eden Sessions // Wilderness Festival //  The Village Underground  // Earth (Hackney) // Brixton Academy // Webster Hall (NYC) // The Jazz Cafe // The Union Chappell // 






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