LIAM WONG is an award-winning British-born Art Director & Photographer, currently based in Tokyo. Graphic designer, game developer and street photographer, he is best known for defining, designing and directing visual signatures and was listed as one of Forbes Magazine’s influential 30 Under 30.

Born and raised in Scotland - within two years of graduating, Wong moved to Canada - becoming the youngest director at Ubisoft, the video game company behind Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed. In parallel with his blossoming career in video games, Wong was teaching himself photography.

In December 2015 he purchased his first DSLR and his debut photo series: 'Tokyo Nights (TO:KY:OO)’ - inspired by sci-fi, cyberpunk and Japanese animation - gained over a million views worldwide, accumulating a large following online and kickstarting his journey into photography. Wong has since collaborated with many high profile companies, artists, musicians and directors. His work has been recognized by media outlets such as BBC, Forbes, Business Insider, Saatchi and Adobe. Full press list available here.

A regular public speaker - Wong has spoken at events around the world and is always open for opportunities to share his expertise. Past public speaking events include the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Game Developers Conference and Canon.

Liam Wong can be found on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr.

Wong’s latest imagery on Instagram (@liamwon9):





Apple, Canon, Google, HUAWEI,
Momofuku, LDH, Red Bull, Seven.


Liam Wong’s Neon Dreamland: Tokyo after dark, BBC
The Magical World of Liam Wong, Van Schneider

Digital Creativity with Liam Wong, BAFTA
Meet Liam Wong, The Collective Podcast


Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30
Canon One to Watch
Smithsonian Photo Finalist
Develop Magazine 30 Under 30
BAFTA 'Breakthrough Brits' Shortlisted
BAFTA 'Ones To Watch' Nominated
BAFTA 'New Talent' Nominated
Adobe Design Awards Semi-Finalist
Ubisoft Game Jam Winner
Vortex Competition Winner
Dare to Be Digital Winner


BAFTA, United Kingdom
Game Developers Conference, United States
UBiDAY, Japan
Canon, Canada