Cities are ever-evolving. Physical and metaphysical beings always intertwine together. The changing, deconstructing and reconstructing state of their environment in turn affects their people. Through black and white street photography, I intend to document not only the changing townscape but also the people there in.
For no reason I fall in love with photography again in 2006. In turning the fleeting moments into shades of light, I surrendered the convenience of a digital camera and reverted back to the silver print technology. I had a newfound appreciation for the traditional photography, which allowed me to stretch the technical limits of photography and expand the meaning behind it at the same time. Freezing a fraction of a moment onto film, I intent not to capture history but to note I am a part of it.