Personal Web Site: wayneyang.com

This Blog: eightdiagrams.com

Wayne on Twitter.

Contact Wayne

My writing and photography have appeared in The North American Review, The Christian Science Monitor, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Asian Review of Books, The New York Times, AOL.com, ESPN.com and other publications.

My photography is represented by Getty Images and ZUMA Press. One of my photographs was included in the Voices of the World/Voces del Mundo collection published by CaféDiverso Books.

The online book Looking Glass: Photographer Interviews is a compilation of interviews conducted through this blog. I am a former associate editor at Night Train.

Sue Henderson interviews Wayne.

T.S. Eliot, banker / poet.
Wallace Stevens, insurance company executive / poet.
Walker Evans, bank clerk turned photographer.
Andre Kertesz, bank clerk turned photographer.
Sebastiao Salgado, economist turned photographer.
Otto Neurath, economist / graphic designer (founder of isotypes).
Edward Tufte, political economist / graphic designer.

This blog takes its name from the eight diagrams (trigrams) of the I Ching (Book of Changes), a book of cosmology and philosophy dating back to China’s Shang and Zhou dynasties.




4 responses to “About

  1. Great set of inspirations.

  2. very late here in europe, just found your site, to late for today… great useful information. well made Wayne. will link you at the http://www.ball-saal.com blog. best Stefan

  3. Michael Pokocky

    Thank you Wayne for commenting on Moleskine. I actually just sent them an email with some pics to tell them that I really appreciated the good work they do and then I get an email that they want to feature me. Go figure, but spreading love and kindness without expectation seems to be much appreciated by folks these days.

    I think what you do is such an accomplishment Wayne. Its late but I will come back to read some more. I had to tell you Thanks and do it right away.


  4. Hi Big W — Just checking in to say hope you & the family are all well. Started up a photographers collective site awhile back. Perhaps you’ll give a gawk when you have some spare time. Would love to know what you think. Warm regards, D.

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