It’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve been really busy with my wedding plans. Just not enough time in the day for much else. More on my big day in a later post…
What I wanted to “press” today about was story-telling. Story-telling is an art and it’s something we have been genetically engineered to seek and enjoy. Afterall, history and lessons were passed on in this manner way before pencil and paper were created.
Since I was a child I’ve loved stories, movies, and cinema… it’s a great feeling to escape to a good book, show, or movie. Coupled with being a photographer, I see thousands of mini-stories happening in my “novel of life”. In a way, when I’m shooting, I’m “escaping” to his story, her story, or your story…
The result of my recent work, cinematic photos. Enjoy with my recent visit to Tokyo:
I almost walked right into this little guy on the streets of China. If I were any less careful, he would have been dessert!
Can’t resist a terrible pun!
Jakarta has it’s pocket of poverty. In a recent trip to Indonesia, I found this boy sitting barefoot on top of a counter eating his supper. Very humbling.
Looks like I was interrupting something important here! =)
Continuing with the cinematic theme, here is one from a wet day in Guilin China. These two girls look very happy to be dry!
I love spending Sunday’s in Stanley Park (also known as Stanley Market). It’s a far trek from the core of Hong Kong but it is a great way to get away from the bustling crowds of the city.
You are always sure to catch various sights, sounds, and activities!! (PS. As you can tell, I’m absolutely drawn by cinematic tones and colours at the moment):
Shopping. Mothers. Daughters. Doggies.
Parents. Babies. Boo-boos.
Sun. Shade. Refreshing gelato.
Dates. Couples. Wedding Photos.
Kids. Bubbles. Play.