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About Pin Lim

Pin Lim is a Houston based freelance photo-journalist. He currently shoots for the Houston Chronicle as well as contributing editorial contents to various other local publications - The HoustonPress, Broadway Houston, Houstonia Mag etc. 

He also works with various art and social non-profit groups, local and national, with photo archiving and documentation. His clients list includes, but not limited to, the following - 

University of Houston School of Theater and Dance
Moores School of Music Opera
Rice University Theater Program
College of the Mainland Theater
Houston Shakespeare Festival
Main Street Theater
Classical Theater Company
Obsidian Theater
Standing Room Productions
Mildred's Umbrella
Luciole International Theatre Company
Firecracker Productions
Stages Repertory Theater
Black Lab Theater
Next Iteration Theater
Absolute Art Productions
Happy Medyann
The Catastrophic Theatre
Horse Head Theatre Company
The Afterglow Collective
Prague Shakespeare Festival
Cone Man Running Productions

The Pilot Dance Project
Suchu Dance
Psophonia Dance
Fort Bend Academy of Arts and Dance
Claire School of Dance
Houston Fringe Festival 
Generation Dance & Arts Festival  

Opera in the Heights
Da Camera Houston
Ars Lyrica

American Cancer Society
MECA (Multicultural Education and Counselling Through The Arts)
Braskem Chemicals
British Petrol

Houston Arts Alliance Folk-life Program 

Pin's personal projects documents the Jazz, Theater and Dance scenes in Houston. Exhibition works includes a solo show, "Jazz: In Photos," at Silver Theater in 2009, and "Winter Celebrations," a three part series with Houston Arts Alliance Folklife + Traditional Arts in 2016. Pin has also published two photo books, Wataboshi and Farewell The Forbidden Garden. Some of his Jazz images can be seen in Jazz in the New Millennium: Live and Well, by Rick Mitchell, and Freedom of Expression Interviews With Women in Jazz, by Chris Becker. An image from his "African American Trail Rider" series is being used by the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture in a documentary. Some of his works are on display at the lobby of University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance, and Classical Theatre Company at Winter Studios, and Cezanne Jazz Club.

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