We recently showed you some examples of the breathtakingly beautiful fine art photography exhibition “LOVE IS WILD” at the Liang Yi Museum in Hong Kong by Sean Lee-Davies, award-winning photographer and founder of Project C:Change. Proceeds from print sales will go to supporting important charities fighting to protect our most cherished wildlife.
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“The time is now to raise awareness, change attitudes, and ban ivory in Hong Kong.”
The breathtaking LOVE IS WILD photography collection by Sean Lee-Davies redefines the relationship between man and the animal kingdom, showcasing man not as conqueror and consumer of nature’s resources, but as a conscientious co-habitant and guardian, standing alongside and preserving nature’s most magnificent creatures.
Sean Leee-Davies said on his twitter: “Thanks for being our sponsor and being a supporter of the cause, Neuschwansteiner!”
We like your photography very much and wish you the very best for your onwards exhibitions and success in your quest to raise awareness about environmental degradation and help elevate people’s consciousness of the natural world.
The “LOVE IS WILD” exhibition has been very successful and will now move on with:
November 21-27, 2015 “Maasai Warrior March in association with The Elephant Society, calling for a ban of the ivory trade in Hong Kong” at Galerie Huit |189 Queen’s Road W, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong | Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm
The Maasai people, who are considered to be lion guardians, believe that without the lion, we will lose our own symbol of beauty and strength. Want to meet a real Maasai warrior and contribute to the fight against the illegal wildlife trade? This Saturday in Hong Kong
- 3 pm: Meet at the park across from Man Mo Temple on Hollywood Road. Start walk with Maasai Warrior to the different Ivory shops in Hong Kong. End walk at Galerie Huit
- 5 pm: Launch of LOVE IS WILD exhibition at Galerie Huit
About Sean Lee-Davies
Sean was formerly Editorial Director of Asia Tatler’s 15 magazines across the region. During that time Sean interviewed and photographed some of most famous personalities in the world including Marc Jacobs, Keanu Reeves, Leonardo Di Caprio, Matthew Mcconaughey, Catherine Zeta-Jones and David Beckham. He has also interviewed and photographed some of China’s biggest names in business & culture such as Zhang Ziyi, Yao Ming, Jackie Chan & Donnie Yen.
Sean is an award-winning TV producer and through his production company Activis Media, Sean has written, directed, produced and hosted feature documentaries and TV shows for National Geographic, Channel News Asia and TVB. In 2014, Sean was the Host and Executive producer of hit TV show ‘Tycoon Talk’ where Sean interviewed eight of Hong Kong’s most high profile billionaires and business leaders. He has also MC’d at several charity events in the region as well as for high end clients such as Breitling, The Marina Bay Sands, Forevermark, The Venetian Macao and the Asia Tatler Ball.