Felix Ho Yuen Chan was born in Hong Kong and studies art history and philosophy at Gallatin. His black and white photography is inspired by American street photographers such as Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, and Japanese photographers such as Daido Moriyama and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Felix shoots primarily with a 35mm camera.
is a series of photos of the town of Meizhou (??) in China. Located in the eastern part of Canton region, Meizhou is home to 80 million of the Hakka Chinese people worldwide. Meizhou (??) is also the hometown of my mother, who was born and raised there. This series of photos serves to familiarize of a strange, yet endearing, place.