By Andrea Capello, MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography (alumni) for Walls in Online Places Vol.2
Andrea Capello’s photographic practice explores unique and interesting aspects of culture and society, always in search of stories to photograph that would represent the importance of diversity and tradition and the unique and passionate aspects of people’s life.
In a fast-changing world, where we interact more digitally than physically, culture remain such an important side of our life, as it brings people together, helps not to forget the past and builds a strong sense of belonging.
My latest photo-book “Sight” is an ongoing visual journey through the magnificent, spiritual, contradictory and jet unforgettable Asian continent. Inspired by years of travelling in various part of Asia, meeting extraordinary people, discovering stories and off the beaten track places. This book aims to portrait Asian rich culture, focusing on the densely populated urban areas, landscapes, human-nature relationship and people’s life.
Walls in Online Places is an online exhibition programme for UAL postgrads to share their work whilst in isolation and practicing social distancing.
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