Feline Lim (b. 1995) is a Singaporean photographer whose work revolves around storytelling. Her way-of-seeing is visceral, intimate and often delves into subtle moments of life in the city and of its inhabitants.
Following a positive portfolio review at the national broadsheet The Straits Times, she was hired as an intern photojournalist for six months in 2017, before returning to the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information to complete her degree.
In the same year, she attended the school's top journalism programme, GO-FAR (Going Overseas For Advanced Reporting), where she did a feature on South Korea's growing solo economy that was published in TODAY. She later went on to pursue and self-publish a photojournalism thesis project on gambling addiction.
Prior to graduation in 2018, she started shooting for Thomson Reuters, covering stories both locally and abroad. Her work with Reuters has seen her travel to Jakarta for the 2018 Asian Games and Langkawi for an exclusive interview with the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. Among other global news events in Singapore, she was also part of the team that covered the landmark Trump-Kim Summit.
Having worked in both the local newsroom and an international wire service, Feline has an understanding of the timeliness and accuracy required in providing high-quality pictorial coverage, both to editorial and corporate clients. She is also a fluent writer and can essentially operate as a single reporting unit in the field.
She is now dedicated to a full-time freelance practice, working as a stringer for Reuters and Lianhe Zaobao, while taking on other news and commercial assignments.
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