[about.]


Amanda Wong (b. 1998; Chicago) is an essayist, photographer, and goof.

She works as a Cloud Architect at Microsoft. She also looks at things and occasionally writes about them.

At the University of Chicago, she received her B.A. in Statistics and Art History. In general, her work explores the intersections between photography, consumerism, and urban landscapes.

Fellowships received include Andrew W. Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, American Research Libraries Digital and Inclusive Excellence Fellowship, T. Kimball Brooker Book Collecting Prize.