Founder & President of NPS
Professional Photographer, Tutor, Salon Judge Curator, Columnist, Corporate Trainer (NVQ)
He is a man of prodigious talents: columnist, curator, business management, consulting psychologist, but above all, photographer. He dedicated himself to photography over 30 years, from monochrome to colour, from freelance to professional, from darkroom finishing to digital photography. He has a profound knowledge of photography and was invited by numerous organizations to give public speeches on photographic skills and techniques at venues such as Hong Kong Central Library and Hong Kong Open University.
He is remarkably recognized by his nature and documentary photos. KK strives to capture the beauty of butterflies in particular since 2008. His goal is to use images to communicate with the masses, and promote community environmental awareness through exhibitions, talks and education. He has established two photographic associations called The Professional Photographers International (PPI) and International Nature Photographic Society (NPS) which are to promote and support the art of photography in Hong Kong and Worldwide. He has been appointed as an adviser of several photographic associations and invited as a judge of several international salon competitions.
In 2017 August and December, his works has been exhibited at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The exhibitions have attracted thousands of visitors and it struck a chord with the general public. In 2018, he has curated an exhibition featured various local photographers. In 2019, he has created a new collection of works exhibited at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and it has been very successful in arousing visitors' interest.
His works have graced pages of hundreds of magazines and newspapers, including DiGi, Photo and Camera Review, and have received many accolades. He has been invited for interviews about his works on local well-known television broadcasts (TVB).
Dr. Yu has been invited as a judge of several international salon competitions, as follows: