Currently pursuing his professional cinematography career, Teck Siang is trained in the discipline of filmmaking. In his commercial work, as well as his independent film work, he uses cinematography to serve the story being told. He has lensed projects for top Singaporean directors Tai Heng, Warren Klass, Royston Tan, Eva Tang, Victric Thng, Boo Junfeng, Brian Gothong Tan and Anthony Chen.
His recent works include "Afterimages", an independent horror feature directed by Tony Kern, which was awarded Best Feature at the 11th Eerie Horror Film Festival. Other works such as “Kaki”, a short film directed by Royston Tan and commissioned by the Health Promotion Board, won the Mediacorp Viewer Choice Bronze Award, as well as "Old Places", which had a record viewership on Okto.
Older works include "Mu Dan", which won Best Cinematography at the 2010 Singapore International Film Festival Silver Screen Awards; "Promises In December", which won the 2010 Best Film and Best Director awards; and "Threshold", which premiered in the Wide Angle section of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in 2009. Teck Siang is also an alumni of the Asian Film Academy program held yearly in BIFF.
He has a degree in filmmaking from the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University.
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