Archive for the ‘exhibitions’ Category

Images i did for the Hong Kong Fashion Extravaganza 2013. They were shown during cocktail and dinner.     Designers: Johanna Ho (Hong Kong), Aganovich (Paris), Chi Zhang (Beijing), Holly Fulton (London) film photography 2013 Advertisements


I had an exhibition with Detour from 25 of Nov to 11 of Dec. The exhibition has finished. I have uploaded images of my exhibiting space- Running Deep.  The work: a moment of change, 2011, inkjet prints The environment influences and effects the reflection for us to see the reality clearly.Change doesn’t happen over night. […]


I am exhibiting a new collection of work including experimental images and video with sound at DETOUR 2011. Running deep photographs and video installation From the day we are born till our death, our bodies change according to time, events and actions. Nothing we can see of ourselves will last: only our emotions and past memories […]


I had a photography portfolio review with Tokyo Graphic Passport in Pompidou museum ( PARIS) in Sept 2011. The work that i have shown: Life starts from a single point. The point chooses its journey. Eventually returning to its origin, experiencing what happens in that time. A point can have any duration or dimension.  It […]


Some of the images i took during the 2 days preparation work of the designers work in progress moment, the images are showed at the opening cocktail of the Hong Kong fashion extravaganza 2011. I did 16 images for print altogether and another 30 images showing on the tv screen. will upload more soon. The […]


November

26Nov10

what have i been up to. my works are showing in Forest Bird at the moment, soho. HK. http://www.forestbird.com.hk , a fashion lifestyle concept store. check it out Collective stories: the small book, notebooks and postcards. finally done and will be selling in Forest Bird. “and the sun goes down” book designed by Jackson Lam […]


A charity event taking place next week in town, I have given one of my latest work for the auction. Hands On Hong Kong: Celebration of Art 18 of March, 2010. http://handsonhongkong.org/hands-on-hong-kong-celebration-art Hidden Narrative, 2009 Hidden Narrative 2, 2009 each 46 x 73 cm, framed separately