Irwin Wong is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Tokyo.

Originally from Melbourne, he moved to Japan in 2005. Known for his ability to interpret a wide range of subject matters, from billionaire CEOs to otaku gamers, Irwin’s portraiture is featured in a wide variety of magazines and advertisements, notably The Washington Post, The Hollywood Reporter and Forbes.

Irwin’s technical and creative versatility in the field also makes him attractive to travel, automotive and tech clients, including the Economist 1843, Christian Dior, Apple, Amazon, and Mitsubishi Motors.

He has developed an interest in craftsmanship after photographing several artisans for work, and his first book, 'Handmade in Japan', was published in September 2020 by Gestalten.

Please see his website for a portfolio of his past work.