Rebecca Toh (b. 1986) is a photographer working around the world. Influenced by the ability of a film to tell moving, layered stories, she works to inject emotion, story-telling and a sense of the cinematic into the images she creates for a diverse range of commercial, advertising and editorial clients across multiple industries and cities.

Based in Singapore, but always on the road.

Represented by Amanacliq.
(View my Amanacliq photographer's page.)

Other projects:
Creative People + Projects (writing)

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In both life & work I’ve been inspired by:
Jack Kerouac. Haruki Murakami. Anthony Bourdain.
Pico Iyer. Kyoichi Tsuzuki. Jonas Bendiksen.
Jonas Mekas. Hirokazu Kore-eda.
Fred Rogers. Anne Frank.
Ellen Loo. Chet Lam.
Parker J. Palmer.


“I simply looked at the world, not prepared for anything.”
- Saul Leiter

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One of the earliest photographs I made with the first camera I ever owned, the Canon EOS88



Central Provident Fund Board Singapore
Conde Naste Traveler
DBS Bank
Health Promotion Board Singapore
J. Walter Thompson
Jetstar Australia
Lien Foundation
Ministry of Education Singapore
Pontiac Land Group
Procter & Gamble
Qantas Airways
Singapore International Film Festival
Singapore Tourism Board
The Lo & Behold Group
The New York Times
UOL Group Limited


Singapore Tatler Gen.T List - May 2018
The Mindful Company - Dec 2017
PMQ - March 2017
Brownie Magazine - 2016
Nookmag - 2015
Nope Fun - 2015
Freja Daily - 2014
Naiise - May 2014
VSCO Journal - April 2014
The Straits Times, Through the Lens - 2014 - October 2013
Good Sweat
What Do I Live For?
Encounters - Issue 1, October 2012 (1234)
SLO - Issue 02, September 2012 (123456)
Alter:SG - 2011


If you live in this world, you’d better not do things that are not interesting.
— Kirin Kiri