Exhibition On: Hong Kong Perspectives | 視角香港
Researcher turned into avid full-time photographer. Hong Kong-born Jeremy Cheung, widely known under the alias of Rambler15, is a passionate artist dedicated to share urban stories through his lens in a unique, authentic style.
When discovering a passion for Photography 10 years ago, Jeremy started to capture the city he grew up in. Exploring Hong Kong through new eyes, Jeremy did not only want to shoot the mesmerising parts of his city, but also to understand its history and exploring the underlying stories. When starting to share his work through Instagram as Rambler15, named by the Channel he grew up next to - Jeremy started to receive broad recognition for his remarkable photographs accompanied with interesting stories that make you stop and think. To date he has organised several exhibitions in Hong Kong, and has received prices among which the 3rd prize of the National Geographic HK Youth Photo Competition 2017 with his work “Light it Well”.
With a moody style of capturing the streets, Jeremy’s collection Subtle Movements ‘852’ shows his own observation and impression of Hong Kong. By integrating people’s daily activities in their signature dense environment, Jeremy captures Hong Kong as peeling off a multi-layered onion: there is always something new and changing.This city is his true home. A home where he can fully express his emotions, doubts, hopes, fears and collective memories by sharing his personal photographic work to a broad audience.