C.S. Ling (www.cslingphotography.com) is an international award-winning wildlife photographer , instructor and speaker based in Singapore whose compelling images of vanishing landscapes and endangered wildlife have earned her much recognition and inspired students and photo enthusiasts of all ages around the world.
Ling has earned many accolades and awards. In 2011 she was named as the “Great Women of Our Time (Arts & Media)” from Singapore Women’s Weekly magazine and as a “Green Role Model” by National Geographic Explorer and Nikon Singapore. In 2012, she was awarded the Grand Prize for Nature’s Best Photography at the Windland Smith Rice International Awards and her winning work was exhibited at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in 2013 and 2015. Her works were also exhibited in Singapore, Japan, Russia, Dubai, Malaysia and Italy.
Her works have been published worldwide, most notably in National Geographic Explorer, Asian Geographic, SilkWinds, and on the BBC Wildlife website and presented to royalty—in 2014, when Singapore President Dr. Tony Tan visited the UK, he gave a framed photograph of one of Ling’s works to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.