An Interview with Wen Hang Lin by Hon Hoang Memories have no continuity. They move between the ridges of our consciousness, appearing when stimulated or when least expected. Sub-consciously provoking us to actions and inactions, our memories control us more than we believe them to. The perception of our world is framed by past experiences, […]
An Interview with Pushkar Raj Sharma by Hon Hoang. “It’s the moment, the scene and its potential to make a good or a great photograph that can be cherished like wine.” Pushkar Raj Sharma, a Street Photographer from New Dehli, India explores his world through introspection and showcases it through his photography. His projects and […]
An Interview with Ed Jones. In this interview for Asia Photo Review, Hon Hoang interviewed Ed Jones, AFP’s Chief Photographer for North and South Korea. Thank you to Ed Jones for the permission and use of his photographs. Participants wait to take part in a mass parade marking the end of the 7th Workers Party Congress […]
Photographer: Hon Hoang Not much happens here. It’s just the everyday and the day to day. There’s just the mundane and the dull. The stale air gives way to a spring breeze. Upon inspection, there’s beauty in what was thought to be colorless. It’s just the everyday and the day to day.
With a stop in Macau Hong Kong Express is a series that explores the everyday life of the people that call Hong Kong their home. In this fast moving and densely populated city, I sought to showcase daily activities and portray beauty in that exists between moments of routine life. Photographer: Hon Hoang
Photographer: Hon Hoang Four cities, five rallies, and one (ex) President. I came to South Korea at an interesting time in it’s history. Randomly walking into impeachment rallies, for then South Korean President Park Geun Hye, it felt as if you could not take a stroll in any given city without being swept into the fervor […]
An Interview with Gustavo Gomes by Hon Hoang Vibrancy, it comes to mind when I stare into the effervescent images captured by Gustavo Gomes. Pictures of his daily life and home. Each photograph echoing the sounds and colors that permeate the streets of Brazil. The culture, the people, and the day to day life that often goes […]
An Interview with Mahesh Balasubramanian by Hon Hoang Photographs can transport us. They can take us to a place and time. They can have us remember moments that we never experienced, yet feel familiar. This moment of dissonance happens when humanity is in focus. Though the time and place seen in images may be foreign […]