If You Were to Ask Me, I Wouldn’t Know. LGBT culture in Los Angeles. An ongoing series.
An Interview with Gabi Ben Avraham by Hon Hoang Monotony and repetition can be a hindrance to creativity. Lack of inspiration due to every day familiarity and repetition does not need to be a constant, as places where we call home are always changing. The layers of busy streets or lack thereof have to be peeled […]
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
An Interview with Dotan Saguy by Hon Hoang Finding myself in some good fortune, I got the opportunity to attend a photo meetup hosted by National Geographic. During this time, I met some great photographers and gained insightful knowledge about photography. One of the photographers who generously shared their time and knowledge with me was Dotan Saguy, a […]
With neon lights as beacons for debauchery, Las Vegas serves as a desert oasis for American escapism. The radiant glow lures you in with promises of hedonism and decadence, promises that are dutifully fulfilled. Here, people get to explore a brand of society that is often repressed by the places they call home. Vegas is different, […]