Hello! I'm Tin Man. Through wildlife photography, I strive to awaken empathy within humankind—something that seems to be disappearing as quickly as the glaciers.

It all started in 2011. I felt stressed and stuck in life. With no expectations, I picked up a camera and went into nature for a bit of an escape. I ended up doing a lot of soul searching, research, and learning from masters and friends. I went all out, and made lots of mistakes.

But over the next few years, some incredible things started happening:

  1. I had my first invited solo exhibit of 48 large-format photos.
  2. I became a published author.
  3. I won international awards, and had photos displayed at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
  4. I gave invited talks at Fortune 100 companies, universities, and photography associations around the world.
  5. I was invited to judge photo contests.
  6. I sold photos to private collectors, and was published in major magazines and newspapers.

Most importantly, I have had the honor to cross paths with beautiful wild animals, and have also made great friends for life within the photography community.

Ultimately, I found happiness behind a camera.​

How did it all happen? Through this blog, I will share my journey with you.

Learn more about me...​

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My first published Photo Book

Published by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, my first photo book (with 50 photos and stories) can be ordered HERE.

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