As a dedicated photojournalist, working to document social issues shaping our times started as a hobby and has built into a business adventure. As a renowned photographer with more than 15 years of documentary, commercial, editorial and corporate experience. Focusing on photographing people, places and products in more than 12 countries. I have continued to use my education in Communications/Marketing in many ways. Using my education in various countries; working to understand different cultures, places and the people.
Interview with Tina Chin on January 2008.Listen to the podcast.
Take a look at some of her partners she works with:
Youth in Focuswww.youthinfocus.org
Tina's work with YIF started out as a mentor with the students and quickly moved into a volunteer role which then led her to serve on the Board of YIF. YIF is a great organization and Tina still supports them whenever and wherever she can.
Visit Tina's work with Wilderness-Safaris in her documentary section.
Blue Earth Alliance is dedicated to helping photographers pursue documentary projects about endangered environments, threatened cultures and other social concerns. As a member, Tina and other board members all volunteer their time to mentor those photographers whose projects they sponsor. They want to make a difference.
Media Consultant – State of California Department of CommerceContracted by the State of California to assist in promoting tourism to California, Tina focused on European business newspapers, fashion magazines and business trade magazines. She worked with the editors, journalists and photographers in touring the highlights of California.
Nevada Diabetes Association for Children and Adultsdiabetesnv.org
Tina donated her time and photography skills to capturing the children's camp experiences. The camps are to assist the children and their parents in continued diet and activities, and is a great place for the children to meet other children like themselves. It was a great experience and Tina gladly donated her photos for use on their website. It was undoubtedly a very memorable experience for the children as well.