Visual artist Sarah Wong studied at the Gerrit Rietveld art academy. She uses the camera to visualize 'consciousness', therefor her work is often far ahead of the time. Her portraits are published worldwide, including the Science & Healht supplement of The New York Times. She was the very first photographer to portray transgender children in 2003, at the request of their parents. The book 'Inside Out, Portraits of Cross-gender Children' was published in 2010. Sarah is currently photographing the Follow Up at the request of the growing young people themselves. Because of her inspiring vision, Sarah works for organizations that are looking for transformation and awareness: after all, one image says more than 1000 words. The works of art are purchased by museums and hospitals.
Photo: Els Sweering