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Jacky Lee

Landscape Photographer

A landscape photographer based in Hong Kong.

Champion of National Geographic Photo Contest 2017 - Hong Kong Place (the above photo)

Specialized in Landscape, Architecture, Drone and B&W Photography, with images quoted by the Hong Kong Observatory and Huon Valley Council of Australia.  Focused on teaching photography in recent years.

Held 3 Solo Photo Exhibitions:

2019: <Nature, Earth and Human> shows the relationship among the nature, the Earth and human demonstrating peace, harmony and mutual respect.

2008: <The Sculpturers> illustrates the power of sculpturers during the process of making sculptures with sizes of at least 10 times of the creators, demonstrating on how human conquer the nature. 

2008: <Life, Art and Spirit> describes the spirit of Hong Kong through the normal lives of ordinary Hong Kong people.  More than thousand of photos were used to compose a photomontage with the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong at the background.

My story:

My parents, Stephen and Juanna, gave me a film camera in 1991, since then I started to learn photography.  Over the years, I won countless awards from various organisations, including Tuen Mun Photography Society, RTHK, LCSD, Photographers' Companion Magazine, HKIS, Caritas, CASH Frederick Taylor, Harbour City, DCFEVER.COM, Wine Match, AIA, National Geographic and Wheelock. 

My Mission:

To share with people my philosophy of photography - follow your heart and enjoy the moment of photo taking.  By then, you would always get good pictures and relax yourself.

My Dream:

To set up a film museum.  I have been collecting various camera films since 2012 and I have already got more than 1,000 of them with the original boxes unboxed and canisters not yet developed.  Who wanna join me to accomplish this big project?