I have said that I rarely know what I am doing until the moment happens. Many of the best images are left to chance and the unknown. It is how I paint and it how I photograph.
The imagery I have is contained within mystery and darkness, where male sensuality and sexuality is not proudly displayed, but in subtle way. The men with whom I connect with are not the ordinary, but the extraordinary. They are enigmatic, yet real and surreal. This is what I look for.
FEATURING WILLIAM LO
The first digital publication of T.A.M.E (The Asian Male Editions) – William Lo by photographer Norm Yip features William Lo, actor to the recent movie Thirty Years of Adonis by director Scud. Dressed in a blue Japanese shirt and white fundoshi, William finds refuge in an old Hong Kong industrial building; it is barren and foreboding. The images are spontaneous, raw and erotically charged. More.
FEATURING WILLIAM LO – Part 2
If the first publication explored nudity in the semi-public domain, then this takes us back into the private domain of Norm Yip’s intimate studio in Chai Wan’s industrial neighbourhood. There are minimal props including a thin white-T, water and an assuming antique mirror which lay the ground for eroticism within an unrehearsed brief. There is an intensity from William Lo (羅曉峰), who makes direct contact with the camera lens leading to self-seduction, but without the need for overt physical reactions. More.
The Asian Male Series
Book 2 in The Asian Male series
The 3rd book in the Asian Male series
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