Currently in: Vancouver, B.C. | +1 778 929 0443 | @tkimphoto

Taehoon Kim is a photographer based in Vancouver, B.C.

His documentary and journalism work, in stills and in film, has earned recognition from Capture Photography Festival, Photo District News (PDN) and News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC). His clients include The Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail, Bloomberg and Buzzfeed News. He is a member of Diversify Photo.

Taehoon is also the visual media specialist at Capilano University in North Vancouver, B.C. His client work, focusing on nonfiction visual stories showcasing the impact of education and non-profit institutions, has garnered numerous awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

Selected projects:

2018 | Maisonneuve Magazine, Montroyal 
2018 | The Globe and Mail, The stubborn architect and his searching son
2016 | Mashable | Freedom Cove 

Selected press:

2019 | Capture Photography Festival, "Finding My Father at Yongpyong"
2019 | The Source / La Source, "Un hommage artistique à son père"
2018 | The Globe and Mail, "A photographer's journey to explore his late father’s connection to Yongpyong and the Winter Olympics"
2014 | The Week, "Behind the scenes at small-town America's beauty pageants"

Photo by Abigail Saxton.

Taehoon Kim

Taehoon Kim is a photographer based in Vancouver, B.C. His work includes documentary, portraiture and video.
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