Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee is a photographer based between London and Singapore. She is interested in exploring new identities of subaltern bodies—specifically in narrating the lives of East and Southeast Asian women within the context of a globalised contemporary society. 

Her most recent project, XING, is a photo book that sheds light of the trailblazing lives of East Asian women. XING champions the vagabonds, challenges hegemony, and celebrates a oneness through the union of imagery and prose.

Selected publications include Dazed, Ignant, Crack, Huffington Post, Elle Singapore, PYLOT, Polyester, Slate France, and Fräulein. 

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