About the Photographer

Profile pic of Mr Birdy Chu (Lecturer, Division of Humanities, HKUST)

Birdy CHU (朱迅)

Lecturer, Division of Humanities, HKUST

Birdy Chu is an artist, photographer, film maker and also lecturer; he is lecturing in the Humanities of the HKUST now. Birdy was majoring in design, film & video production and advanced photography in Hong Kong and Canada. He has worked as photojournalist, video director, art curator and lecturer. His photography & films has been exhibited at many cities. He employs visual images to show his concerns on social development and leaves evidence to this ever changing world.

朱迅是一位藝術家、攝影師,短片導演。 畢業於香港理工大學設計系,在加拿大進修電影、錄像製作及進階攝影。 從事過攝影記者、導演、講師、及藝術策展人。 他的攝影及短片於多國城市展覽,作品更入選香港藝術雙年獎2009,國家地理攝影大賽2012,亞洲當代藝術獎2013,及香港流動影片節最受歡迎流動影片大獎2016。 透過影像去關注社會,是朱迅的生活哲學,為幻變的城市留下見證、記憶。

Representative Publication: 《HK 1997》

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