Billy Mork is a Singaporean photographer and founder of IMMAGINI, a photographic gallery and laboratory that specialises in archival quality Fine Art Black-and-White analogue photography and printing. Starting his career in the late 1970s as an art director in an international advertising firm, Billy left to study photography, graduating from Brooks Institute of Photography in the US, and then majored in black and white photography.
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