In his first photography exhibition, Stephen King shows his work alongside Malaysian photographer Ming Thein at Alisan Fine Arts
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tephen king, son of gallerist Alice King, had a long career in finance and investing before discovering his passion for taking pictures four years ago at a photography workshop. Stephen will show his work for the first time at Alisan Fine Arts’ inaugural photography exhibition: Un/natural. His images are all from Iceland, one of his favourite landscapes to photograph, and include dramatic aerial shots of river deltas. “I’m fascinated by the patterns formed by nature, and through my images I try to capture the artistic beauty created by natural phenomena,” he says. The exhibition, which runs until January 9, also features contrasting industrial abstract works by Ming Thein, a Malaysian photographer. Thein, who graduated from Oxford University at the age of 16, worked in finance and as a senior executive at Mcdonalds before realising his calling in life lay behind the lens.
natural beauty One of Stephen King’s photographs, Blue Ice