朱德华 Almond Chu
2004年应德国波恩大学邀请出席 Art & Exhibition Hall of Deutschland 所举办的国际艺术研讨会为主讲者之一。1993 年获亚洲文化协会 ( 美国洛克菲勒基金分会 ) 颁发爱克发基金青年摄影家奖。
Born in Hong Kong. Started his career as a professional photographer and photographic artist after graduated from the Fine Art Photography Department of the Tokyo College of Photography in 1986. He has been invited to exhibit his work in various countries such as Germany, Italy, Denmark, Canada, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand. Besides, his work have been featured in numerous international publications.
In 2004, he was invited to be one of the prominent speakers of the Internationally Literary and Aesthetic Symposium organized by Bonn University and the Art & Exhibition Hall of Deutschland, Germany.
In 1993, he was awarded Agfa Fellowship Young Photographer Award by Asian Culture Council.
His photos have been collected by Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Guangdong Museum of Art, University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong, Lee Hysan Foundation, Cathay Pacific Airways, Agfa Gavert (HK) Ltd and private collectors.
谢至德 Ducky Tse Chi-Tak
Recently work as a freelance photographer and visual worker, he has been awarded from Hong Kong Press Photographer Association from 1994. In the same year, he was awarded as The Photojournalist of the Year.
His works have been shown in Hong Kong and overseas. Publications and Photo Albums include: Underground Bands in Hong Kong(2001), None of Business in 1997(1999), Nostalgia for the Future(1997) etc. His photo works were published as the cover of many cultural studies magazines and also different international media. From 1989, he took pictures of Hong Kong, and documented the reclamation of West Kowloon and the change in Hong Kong
张康生 Enoch Cheung
Enoch Cheung received his BA (Fine Art) and MFA degree from RMIT University, Australia, and now continues his study in Europe. He taught at the Hong Kong Art School, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. His work has been shown in the Netherlands, Australia and several Asian countries.
区家耀 Gavin Au Ka-Yiu
Gavin Au was graduated from Hong Kong Art School (RMIT) in 2006. In 2007, he got the gold winner of Hong Kong Institute of Professional Photographers Ltd - Asia Photo Awards 07. He was focusing at photography and research projects. His artworks collected by The Hong Kong Heritage Museum and private collectors.
Born in Germany, studied photography with Prof. Otto Steinert at the Folkwang school in germany from 1973 – 1976, worked as a photojournalist until 2003, then quit photojournalism to pursue his own topics. He has lived in Hong Kong since 1994. Published 3 books about China: “Sitting in China,” Steidl publishers, “Hong Kong Front Door Back Door,” Thames and Hudson, and “China im Wandel” (China in Transition,) Frederking and Thaler publishers. His new book is called “Transparent City” and is published by Aperture.
麦烽 Mak Fung
Born in 1918, Mak has worked as executive editor for Photo Pictorial in Hong Kong. He has been Honorary Fellow of the Chinese Photographic Association of Hong Kong and Asian Photographic Association of Singapore. He strives to combine the documentary and the expressive functions of photography in his work. His albums Fung Mak Portfolio: The Wind, The Sunshine, and The Foliage and Mak Fung: Hong Kong Once Was were published in 1992 and 1997 respectively.