Carol Kwok was born and raised in the ex-Portuguese colony of Macau. She immigrated to San Francisco, California at 16, where she continued her education and graduated in Fine Arts Photography.
Following graduation Carol worked in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. Following this move she briefly worked as a portrait photographer in Beijing, China. Carol then returned to Hong Kong and started her own studio and worked with both international and local ad agencies including TBWA, BBDO, Ogilvy & Mather, FCB, DDB, Bates China and Asia, 141 Worldwide, CTWCM.
Carol moved to England several years ago and now works between London and Hong Kong.
Carol says about her work, “I try to be as conceptual as I can, because I come from a Fine Art Photography background. My aim is always to create something timeless. Somehow I am always drawn to symbolism and tangible ideas. The end result somehow always has created a mysterious tone to it.
polaroid photo taking
anything to do with art, music and fashion in that order
hanging out in flea markets
“Whatever You Make, Make It Yours” – 14th anniversary collective member exhibition
28th August — 23rd September, 2017
Individual works could express strong individuality and uniqueness. Through this collective exhibition, the artists will creative the masterpieces with various art forms. Such as photography, print making, oil painting, tile painting, etc. The idiosyncratic and distinct thoughts will be gathered. And those will bring us the extraordinary ideas and experiences. Demonstrating the local creative talents’ […]
10th — 27th February, 2012
“In Chinese medicine, jīngmài refers to passages through which vital energy circulates, regulating bodily functions. Chinese doctors talked about Yin and Yan, and the 5 elements. They also use the same theory to explain about almost everything. In Chinese medical terms, the 5 elements relate to your 5 inner organs and 6 outer organs. There […]