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It is difficult to tell that Bernice Wong is a documentary photographer when you first meet her. Her work studio in North-East Singapore is neat, uncluttered, with plain walls and void of any of her works. The only indication of an award winning photographer are the few cameras on her bookshelf. But unlike her simple home studio, the stories that Bernice, 29, tell through photography are complex and unorthodox. Having worked on projects highlighting the similarities between Bangladeshi migrant workers and Singaporeans, and shed light on the child-birthing process in Cambodia, I wonder what Bernice would feature next. " You need to gain trust from your subjects before they give you exclusive or special access, " said Bernice, who emphasises building rapport with her subjects. PHOTO CREDIT: YOUTH.SG/GRACE NEO In her latest and ongoing project however, she is taking a step ba...

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