Cheung Chi-wai is a photographer and a living aesthetics designer. As a professional photographer, he has worked with various arts groups and photographed an array of stage productions. In 1996, he received an Asian Cultural fellowship to conduct research and observe contemporary photography and media activities in New York for one year.
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic marked a new chapter in Cheung’s creative practice. At present, he collaborates with make-up artist Alice Fallen, and Crystal MAK, on photography and styling design. In recent times, he has connected a dozen of music groups with different styling artists for the Ear Up Incubation programme.
- Why Devoted to Theatre Photography; Learning about Photography; Relationship with Hong Kong Arts Centre
- Artwork as Crossover Cover; Past and Present Usage of Stills; Memorable Experiences in Touring
- Read More & Listen More in Theatre Photography; Exchange in America
- Cheung Chi-wai’s Photo Exhibition; Photobook Action Fingers; Online Photo Database, Popa-Gala
- Collaboration with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Secondary Creation of Stills
- Differences between Film & Digital Photography; Photography is a Creation in form of Documentation; Passion for Taking Photos in Different Angles
- An Impressive Theatre Photograph; A Powerful Photograph; Meaning of Theatre Photography