2020 / Architecture
/ Interiors (Non-Pro)
Elliott Erwitt once said, "To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place..." I believe it depict an important mission of a photographer. "Triangle" is one of my works in my on-going architecture project to investigate symmetry and geometry in the urban landscape. I am trying to examine the relationship between space, architecture and human. Does architecture define the space we live in? Why do we have geometry in architecture / space? Does human factor play a part in defining space that we live in?
Lawrence Cheung is a fine-art photographer.
He was trained professionally in photography at the Open University of Hong Kong
Lawrences works has received recognitions in the international photography circle. His works were accepted in the Singapore International Photography awards in 2014 - 2016 and Trierenberg Super Circuit in 2015-2017
He obtained an Associateship (Visual Art) and Bronze Exhibitor distinctions from The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain in 2013 and the Singapore Photographic Society in 2016, respectively