Teresa Eng’s observations of the traces and imperfections of everyday life act as a starting point for her work. These observations allow her to make sense of the world around her. Eng finds that the tinest of details can say just as much about the world as a vast landscape can.

She tends to work on a certain theme over a longer period of time, revisiting a place over several months to a few years. This temporal and physical distance allows her process to her thoughts while allowing new and existing strands of ideas to merge together.

Teresa, who was born in Vancouver, Canada (1977) currently lives and works in London, England. She is also a member of Caravan Projects.



2018  Hyères 33e Festival de Mode, de Photographie et D’Accessoire de Mode, France

2018  Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

2017   Burning with pleasure #3, Photofusion, London

2017   You and Me, Landskrona foto festival, Landskrona, Sweden

2017   The Library, Berlin, Germany

2016   Roads Less Traveled, TIFF festival, Warsaw

2015   Photobook Exhibition, Athens Photo Festival, Athens

2015   Alter-Retrato, The Folio Club, Barcelona

2014   The Flood Wall III, Exp12, Berlin

2014   Photography as Installation, Oxford house, London

2014   Rolling snowball 5, CEAC-DIS, Djupivogur, Iceland

2014   Binding image, M4 Gastatelier, Amsterdam

2014   Photobookshow Malmö, Galleri Vasli Souza, Malmö

2013   Reading photographs, Camec, La Spezia, Italy

2013   Memento, Chinese European Art Centre, Xiamen, China

2013   E book show, Southhampton

2011   On water, Canal museum, London

2010   Little White Lies, Stour Space, London

2009   Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Rochelle school, London

2009   Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Cornerhouse, Manchester

2009   Fresh Faced and Wild Eyed, The Photographer’s Gallery, London



2017   Artists talk, Sino Flux, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

2017   With Caravan Projects: Polycopies (FR), Zum Festival (BR), Feira Tijuana (BR),Friends w/ Books (DE), Cultural Traffic (UK), Missread (DE) Multiple Art Days (FR)

2017   With Caravan Projects: C/O Book Days (DE), Polycopies (FR),




‘The Overlook. Looked Over’, Splash & Grab magazine, Issue 04, Nov 2017

Sheila Zhao, ‘Space Defined’, Raw View magazine, Issue 09, Autumn 2017

Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee, Xing, Self/Published, July 2017

Allen Murabayashi, ‘Teresa Eng: Portrait of a selfie’, Photoshelter, 14 Feb 2017

Self Publish, Be Happy: A DIY Photobook Manual & Manifesto, SPBH/Aperture, 2015

Photo-eye, October 2013

Source Magazine, Issue 75, Summer 2013

Hotshoe Magazine, Issue 183, Apr/May 2013

Have a nice book, 2013

Conscientious, 2013

Portfolio Magazine, Issue 51, 2010

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2009, New Contemporaries publications



2018  Finalist: Hyères 33e Festival de Mode, de Photographie et D’Accessoire de Mode, France

2015  Awarded: Canada Council of the Arts Travel Grant

2013  Shortlisted, Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation First book award,

2013  Longlisted Les Rencontres Arles Prix du Livre

2013  Shortlisted:  Antalis Review, Book design awards

2013  Shortlisted: Dummy Award, Fotobook festival

2009 Winner: Pol Roger New Image Competition award

2009 Nominated: Regeneration 2




2018  Liverpool 2018 commission, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

2015   Gasworks International Fellowship, Organhaus, Chongqing, China

2015   Artist in residence, Dimension Art Centre, Chongqing, China

2013   Artist in residence, Chinese European Art Centre, Xiamen, China

2012   2012 Olympics portrait commission, The Photographer’s Gallery, London



2008    MA Photography, London College of Communication, London, England

2000    BA Communication Design, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada