Edward Cheng is a New York based photographer. He has
been a teaching assistant at the International Center of
Photography since 2002. He recently began to exhibit works
in group shows in 2006 including Visual Aid’s “Postcards
from the Edge”, Object Images Gallery’s “Dia de los Muertos”
and APEX’s “AIM for the Arts” benefit exhibition.
He is currently also working on long term projects
documenting Easter celebrations around the world and
Eldridge Street in New York’s Lower East Side. The latter
project was recently awarded a Manhattan Cultural Arts Fund grant.
During the day, Edward works as a freelance computer programmer.
He travels when he gets a chance. He likes pina coladas, getting
caught in the rain, he’s not into yoga and has half a brain.
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