Visual Poetry Journey | Photography by Charles Wong
rhythm, flow, song, and dance

Charles is a professional photographer based in Canada.  His style is a mixture of street photography, fantasy, fashion, and creative ideas combined with an edgy and surreal undertone that describes the inner beauty.  His creative vision is enriched by his studies at the acclaimed Photography program at Ryerson University.

Drawing from his strong artistic and technical background, Charles creates beautiful worlds from fragments of dream and reality, blending truth and fiction as one with his comprehensive experience in story-boarding, set-building, standard wardrobe styling, through to capturing the photographic moment.

His main areas of interest are fine art, fashion, and portrait photography, and works closely with makeup, wardrobe, and hair- stylists to realize these visions.  He also loves exploring new techniques in photographic technology and processes to push the artistic envelop further.

 

 

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Select features, exhibits and awards:

Photo Vogue Italia
“Afternoon Embers”
“Little Green House”
“Scarlet Girl”   (Best of PhotoVogue Italia, March 1, 2016)
“Red Violet”
“Door #1”
“Watercolour Dreams”
“Just a Few Drinks”
“Secrets of the Heart – Dark Moon”

Art About Magazine Italy
“Milk & Cigarettes”
“My Vivid Dream”
“Rainy Days”
“Velvet Saturday”
“Escape from Shadows”
“Renee”
“Rendez-vous: Forgotten Yesterdays”
“Bohemian Girl”
“Secrets of White Room”
“Windmills of my Mind”

Lov Zine Italy
“New England Tales”

Last Daze Magazine
“Milk & Cigarettes”

Sticks & Stones Agency
“White Fox”

Institute Magazine
“Escape from the Dollhouse”

Fuji X Passion Magazine

“The True Meaning of Photographs”

Anon Magazine
“Enter the Valley”
“Like the Ocean – Songs of Yesterday”
“No homework on Saturday”

Grunge’n’Art Magazine
“Secrets of the Heart – Silver Necklace”

Gilded Magazine
“Lullaby of the Purple Sky”

Xpressions Magazine
“Island Paradise”

Art Square Gallery
“Bloom”  (Vistek Award for Excellence in Photographic Arts)
“No Lifeguard on Duty”