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Images by Keng-Fun Loh
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I’m a vintage addict and accidental banker born and based in Singapore. I grew up with photography as a way to capture memories and celebrate occasions. Long before the days of the iphone, I always had a point and shoot in my handbag to record interesting visuals. To express myself artistically, I would spend up to five weeks at a time to painstakingly recreate photorealistic subjects using acrylic on canvas.
After more than 20 years in the corporate world traveling to meet and market to wealthy Asian clients, I discovered street photography in 2010 through London based photographers Steven Lee and Andy Craggs, and Magnum photographer Nikos Economopoulos and found a deep connection to this absolutely consuming but empowering way of discovering a place and its people. And through this medium, I am developing my visual and artistic sensibilities in ways I don’t think I will ever be able to fully appreciate.
Since then I continue to travel whenever I can, and design my own education in photography with a combination of pounding the streets and studying with internationally renowned photographers including
In June 2012, I was awarded Winner, Public Vote, Open Category at the KL International Photoawards for my photograph of an Ethiopian woman at the Epiphany celebrations in Addis Ababa.
I embrace my freedom to shoot what I want and continue to work towards a body of great photographs.Keng-Fun Loh 's current location:
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