Hong Kong photographer Pat Fok shares an extraordinary lifetime of travel in a new book
Local photographer Pat Fok documents her life of adventure in a new book
From mosaic-clad mosques in Iran to craggy, temple-crowned clifftops in Bhutan, Pat Fok’s lenses have captured moments of astounding natural and man-made beauty over her four decades as a photographer. The daughter of the late tycoon Henry Fok has collected her most striking snaps in a new hardcover book titled Journey of Light. Filled with evocative images of landscapes, cultures and people, the book is Fok’s sixth photographic memoir. Fok learned her craft at the Art Centre in Los Angeles and undertook further study with eminent US nature photographer Ansel Adams. Proceeds from sales of Journey of Light, which is available through Kelly & Walsh, will go towards Unesco’s heritage preservation efforts in Nepal. The artist’s work has been previously exhibited in Hong Kong, London, Amsterdam and numerous other locations.
china in the frame Pat Fok captured this image of workers cycling down Changan Avenue in Beijing in 1972