DANIEL MAHI HO (何文謙) was born in 1974 in a tiny island, Hong Kong, at the time of British colony, grew up in a society blending with eastern & western cultures, plus deep influence from Chinese and Japanese culture that did impact him growing up. He took up photography during a selective course of photography in academy time. Using a Minolta camera SRT101, captured the relationship between human, environment, and urban landscape, documented the things surround that intrigue him.
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