While our Where’s Wang column tends to focus on the lack of representation for WWAM (Western women, Asian men) couples, sometimes it’s nice to remind ourselves that things are changing. Super Rich Asians has hit the cinema to much celebration, and as people are becoming more aware of the lack of representation of some people, they are doing more about it. Below are two American photographers, who consciously are working towards more AMXF (Asian men, non-Asian female) content.
Tom Hong is a photographer with Asian heritage. The photos featured below were taken in West Hollywood, LA.
Ana is a photographer, model and agent with a focus on AMXF based in LA. She has done a number of superhero-themed shoots as part of her “Project Justice” portfolio. I don’t know about you, but I feel Asian Superman was long overdue.
You can see more of her work on Speaking of China.
If you are an AMXF couple in the Los Angeles area, Ana Hudson would love to offer you a free/donations accepted photoshoot. To find out more information about planning a photoshoot you can reach her at [email protected]
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