Pin Lim is a Houston photo-journalist. He has been actively documenting the local arts scene for the better part of the last two decades, primarily within the theatre, classical music, dance and jazz communities.
Exhibition works includes a solo show, "Jazz: In Photos," at Silver Theater in 2009, and "Winter Celebrations," a three part series of photo exhibition 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.
He is also a founding member of P.E.T Outdoor Theater, as photographer, videographer and documentarist.
He is currently the producer/videographer/photographer of "the New Silk Road sessions", a NPR Tiny Desk Concert inspired video series, featuring Houston based artists.