Tammy Law documents stories that are reflective of her experiences of being a child of Chinese migrants, and the bubble of Asian/Australianess within which she lives.
Her travels through Asia—Japan, China, Malaysia, Thailand and Burma—and the differences between, propel her to explore experiences of presence and absence through migrating and displaced communities.
Tammy regularly exhibits her work in Australia and abroad. In 2018, she pursued further research and completed her PhD in Media and Communication at RMIT. In addition to being an established photographer, she has curated and exhibited the work of others.
Tammy’s freelance photography has been widely published, with clients including The Wall Street Journal, Broadsheet, The Saturday Paper and Australian Traveller.