Shapes and People.  When diet doesn’t help.

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In a city like Hong Kong, where the days run fast and noisy streets are crowded with busy people, photography became my tool to look for space, silence and order.

I do so by making shapes, patterns and colors as recurrent elements of my pictures and looking for a person who could interact with them.

The series “Getting People In Shape” is a part of this idea. The only difference is that people are actually framed in a shape.

Vanilla or chocolate?


Twinkle twinkle


Watching machine


Think small

Moving in circles

Home is where the heart is



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