Yilan Song says she loves capturing the moments that happen naturally, that instantly catch her eyes. Seeing her works, all the impromptu, flowing creation, is like involving yourself in a big visual feast. Some of her works focus on the easily ignored but beautiful things or expressions some picture the grand lively scenes, with all kinds of people living their own wonderful lives. Also, Yilan is fascinated by photographing the unique beauty of primitive tribes.
Through her works, people can fully feel the deep connection between tribal people and nature, the simplicity and somewhat ferity in their character. Yilan Song joined the Photographic Society of America in 2016, began participating in PSA-recognized international exhibitions in 2017, and earned her first ROPA distinction PPSA in 2018, EPSA and MPSA in 2019. In 2020, she earned portfolio distinction SPSA, and Licentiate (LRPS) distinction from the Royal Photographic Society.