The eye of the tiger is a street photography work.    The main location of this project is Kowloon City District in Hong Kong, a metropolis considered one of the four Asian tigers due its growing economy and significant financial centres. Although the city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, it has severe income inequality.    This territory has the third-largest number of high-rise buildings in the world. Overpopulation and the lack of available space restricted development to high-density residential tenements and commercial complexes packed closely together on buildable land.    I’ve focused my camera on the architecture of such crowded living space, the lack of light, and the people that work and live their lives in the shadow of the high-rise buildings.
       
     
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   The eye of the tiger is a street photography work.    The main location of this project is Kowloon City District in Hong Kong, a metropolis considered one of the four Asian tigers due its growing economy and significant financial centres. Although the city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, it has severe income inequality.    This territory has the third-largest number of high-rise buildings in the world. Overpopulation and the lack of available space restricted development to high-density residential tenements and commercial complexes packed closely together on buildable land.    I’ve focused my camera on the architecture of such crowded living space, the lack of light, and the people that work and live their lives in the shadow of the high-rise buildings.
       
     

The eye of the tiger is a street photography work.

The main location of this project is Kowloon City District in Hong Kong, a metropolis considered one of the four Asian tigers due its growing economy and significant financial centres. Although the city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, it has severe income inequality.

This territory has the third-largest number of high-rise buildings in the world. Overpopulation and the lack of available space restricted development to high-density residential tenements and commercial complexes packed closely together on buildable land.

I’ve focused my camera on the architecture of such crowded living space, the lack of light, and the people that work and live their lives in the shadow of the high-rise buildings.

HK-43.jpg
       
     
HK-35.jpg
       
     
HK-59.jpg
       
     
HK-503.jpg
       
     
HK-519.jpg
       
     
HK-514.jpg
       
     
HK-127.jpg
       
     
HK-501.jpg
       
     
HK-506.jpg
       
     
HK-507.jpg
       
     
HK-511.jpg
       
     
HK-508.jpg
       
     
HK-517.jpg
       
     
HK-512.jpg
       
     
HK-518.jpg
       
     
HK-520.jpg
       
     
HK-522.jpg
       
     
HK-521.jpg
       
     
HK-523.jpg
       
     
HK-541.jpg
       
     
HK-524.jpg
       
     
HK-90.jpg
       
     
HK-529.jpg
       
     
HK-534.jpg
       
     
HK-531.jpg
       
     
HK-540.jpg
       
     
HK-535.jpg
       
     
HK-526.jpg
       
     
HK-255.jpg
       
     
HK-543.jpg
       
     
HK-546.jpg
       
     
HK-549.jpg
       
     
HK-538.jpg