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Jeremy Cheung

Jeremy Cheung is a Hong Kong-based freelance urban, event and architectural photographer. He is fond of capturing candid unrehearsed moments and urban stories with an attention to mood, geometry and typography. His works are often described as fusions between abstraction vs. reality, minimalism vs. complexity, as well as symmetry vs. imperfection. With Jeremy’s unique perspectives, the stories of living in big cities like Hong Kong are presented in a mixed bag including authenticity, subtlety, poetry or sometimes humour. With currently more than 85,000 followers on Instagram (@rambler15), Jeremy has been invited as a guest speaker in Apple Store HK, Leica Camera HK, Eslite Bookstore, HKUST & HK Open University in the past few years. He has won the 3rd prize of the National Geographic HK Youth Photo Competition 2017 (Mobile Photography) with the work “Light it Well”. Some of his photos are published in an international photo book "Insta Grammar: City" (2016), as well as in "Being Hong Kong" magazine (2018) and "Hong Kong" (2020) by Trope Publishing. Jeremy has been featured in media such as AppleDailyHK, Milk Magazine, HK Tatler & Zolima HK. Photographic collaboration with commercial brands/organizations include CanonHK, Leica Camera, HK Housing Society, HK Tramways, MTRC, Chanel, RedBull HK, National Geographic, West Kowloon Cultural District, BMW, Cartier, MINI, Mido Watches,, HK Design Centre & HK Tourism Board. Jeremy had 5 solo exhibitions since 2018: "Life between Urban Canyons" (2018), "Hong Kong Dejavu" (2020), "iinn ssiittuu" (2020), as well as "SplitSecondCity" (2020) and "Philosophers on the Streets" (2018) *partnering with HK International Photography Festival. Joint photo exhibitions in the past years include "Hong Kong Contrasts" (2021) with Bamboo Scenes Gallery, “Up//Down: Hillside HK” (Apr, 2018) and “Hong Kong: Hopes & Fears” (Feb-Apr, 2017).