Sangsuk Sylvia Kang (b. 1991, 강상숙)
is a photographer and photo editor
currently working at TIME. When not
making photos, she enjoys drawing.

Published Work      select photography, reporting, writing clips

2020 June — 'I Will Not Stand Silent.' 10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism During the Pandemic, TIME
2020 March — This Italian Photographer Is Documenting Her Life in the Coronavirus Lockdown, TIME
2020 Feb — A Photographer's Take on the #MeToo Trial of the Decade, TIME
2019 Nov — New York’s Times Square Slips, but Powers Through Retail Troubles, WSJ
2019 Oct — A Hidden Yankees Yearbook Got Plenty of New Signatures This Year, The New York Times
2019 Oct — The Mastermind Behind BTS Opens Up About Making a K-Pop Juggernaut, TIME
2019 Aug — Day in Seoul with filmmaker Bong Joon Ho, de Volkskrant
2019 Aug — In Men, It’s Parkinson’s. In Women, It’s Hysteria, ProPublica
2018 Dec — Why Are Taxi Drivers in New York Killing Themselves? The New York Times
2018 July — New York City’s ‘Little Haiti’ Makes a Big Impression, WSJ
2018 Feb — Artist Emma Sulkowicz Wore Asterisks—and Little Else—to Protest Chuck Close at the Met, Artnet News
2017 Sept — 'Art, Great Again!': How left and right-wing artists respond to the 2016 presidential election, NY Daily News
2017 Aug — What is Afropunk? WSJ


2017 M.S. Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism
2014 B.S. Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University


2019 Selected, Magenta Foundation Flash Forward
2019 The New York Times Portfolio Review
2018 Eddie Adams Workshop XXXI
2018 Selected, American Photography 34
2017 Selected, Open Show at Bronx Documentary Center
2017 Scripps Howard Reporting Grant for Covering Religion
2013 Eric Lund Global Research and Reporting Grant