Zhu Yinghao is a journalist, artist and travel columnist based in Beijing, China. He graduated from BLCU with a Bachelor degree in Arabic Language and Literature.
As an experienced self-taught photographer and journalist, his work has been published on magazines and new media such as Times Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, National Geographic, New York Time Travel, GQ, Bloomberg Businessweek abroad, and Caixin Weekly 财新周刊, Life 生活杂志, Noon 正午 and Lens视觉 in China.
On some assignments, Yinghao also works as writer except for photography work. He is a seasoned travel columnist for many years.
His art photography work has been exhibited in many international photo festivals.
Huawei Leica group photography exhibition, London, 2016
Voile & Wall
Three Shadow Photography Award Exhibition, 2015
Jinan Photography Biannual, 2014
No Gap: Manifest & Hidden
Beijing One International Arts of Performance Festival, 2013
Reflective Notes: A poetic walk in Iran
Chamber Gallery, Arles Photographie & Caochangdi PhotoSpring, 2012
LianzhouFoto Festival, Lianzhou, China, 2011
Edgar Frei Private Gallery, Bern, Switzerland, 2010
MR Gallery, Beijing, China, 2010
Selected photo essays
The Banished |被放逐的人
Night of Ulan Bator|乌兰巴托的夜
27 Dubliners and Their James Joyce |27个都柏林人和他们的乔伊斯
2014, Documentary of China, by VICE China
2014, Most of us are not successful in communicating with the world, by Luggage
2015, The Archival element of photograph, by 798 Art
Awards and Certificates
Finalist of Three Shadow Photography Award, 2015
Excellent exhibition Award of Jinan Photography Biannual, 2014
Chinese, English & Arabic