I was grew up in a small Chinese village, but left to study and travel from age of 16. My profound change was from my first visit to Tibet in 2005. The instant connections to the Sacred Mountains gave me immense inspirations to life and led me to live there for 7 years between 2004 to 2011.

Perchance, I moved to Scotland in 2013, and have lived and conduced workshop extensively in Isle of Skye and outer Hebrides. Isle of Eigg and Isle of Harris are two of my favourite Islands that I can imagine spending rest of my life wandering on the shoreline and embracing the changes of the colours and tones in different light.

Poetry is a form of expression to my drifting thoughts, framing them in a romantic landscape scene, with a sense of eastern philosophy…..

Photography is my extending artistry to what I see, what I feel, what I seek, what I love in the landscape….My work is to find forms and abstractions by simplify the chaotic scene in nature – on a ridge of the mountain, in the reflections of a rock pool or the mystery of the night sky.

Now I live in Aviemore, the Highland of Scotland. Every year, I am conducting a few seascape workshops in Scotland and leading photography tour back to China, including a few high altitude expeditions to the Himalayas.

Sand, dunes, abstrace, illusion,