Jumbo Tsui is a Chinese born fashion photographer. Graduating The Communication University of China in 2011, he began his career as a visual director. However finding the arts of photography a more to his liking, moved to Paris to pursue and begin his career as a fashion photographer. A very wise choice on his part, as within a blink of an eye, Jumbo now travels the world, working nonstop for noted fashion magazines.
Never satisfied with the performance of a simple fashion, Jumbo continues his studies in the field of art. Having a wide variety of knowledge in it, which range from classical music, visual arts, to psychology, you can see his distinctive visuals of the world in his works, which he makes possible to express through his understanding of fashion and language of the camera.“I expect a more dramatic expression, you can fusion music, literature, visual arts and even psychological hints in an editorial: A more attractive way to convey fashion to the audience.” - an interview from the ASIA Fashion Awards upon receiving nomination for TOP Fashion Photographer.
Jumbo’s media credits include Interview Magazine, VOGUE China, GQ China, ELLE China, ELLE Vietnam, ELLEMAN Vietnam, Harper’s BAZAAR China, Harper’s Bazaar Men’s Style China, Modern Weekly China, Schön! , Magazine, Encens Magazine, ODDA Magazine, FHM Collections China, Men’s Uno International, Men’s UNO China, L’Officiel China, L’Officiel Maroc, L’Officiel Hommes Maroc, Jalouse China, Esquire China, Grazia China, and Cosmopolitan China. He has also made TV appearances in “Chinese Next Top Model Season 1” as Judge and Photographer, and“X FIRE Season 1”.
Exhibitions and Awards:
-“INVISIBLE TRUTH” Installation & Fashion Photography, CENTRE ARTASIA PARIS, Paris
-“AVSOFF - A SHADED VIEW ON FASHION FILM”
Best Fashion Film Selection by shortlisted by DIANE PERNET + Centre Pompidou
- 22 Street Art Exhibition @White Space
-“WHEN YOU SEE ME IN THREE” for ACM SIGGRAPH
Short Video & Interactive Installation, LA
Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques
-“WHEN YOU SEE ME IN THREE” for International Festival of Electronic Art
Short Video & Interactive Installation, Tai Pei