Alison McCauley is a photographer who is currently based in Singapore.  Her work frequently explores the idea of identity, belonging and memory.  Her approach to the people and locations she photographs is questioning, open-ended and subjective.  


Alison has a visual arts background and education.  In 2016 Alison had a book and a zine published.  The book documents the lives of asylum seekers in Geneva.  The zine, published by Antler Press, contains a subjective series of images from an on-going personal project. Alison has had solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland and group exhibitions in the US, UK, France, Switzerland and Georgia. Her photographs have been published by Al Jazeera, BBC News in Pictures, France 24, Courrier International, The Daily Mail, The Houston Chronicle and The Telegraph, among others.  


Alison is currently working on her second book, "Another Cannes".  This book contains a selection of her images taken during the past five Cannes Film Festivals.



member of

  • Dalam a documentary agency
  • Vivo Collective


a selection of my work is represented bMillennium Images







© Alison McCauley