Hong-Kong, Hong Kong
Emmanuel Serna (b.1973) is a French photographer based in Hong Kong, China available for worldwide assignments.
After graduated from a photography school in Paris, he devoted himself to photography in the Balkans and Eastern Europe, he spent time photographing in the Balkans mainly in Bosnia, Kosovo after the war and Serbia where he made a long- term project about the Serbian youth. Since then he has concentrated his work in Asia and particularly in China. He likes to photograph people, their relationships with each other and their environment. From black and white photography he gradually moved on to color and from social photography to a more sociological photography. His photos were exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in France and Hong Kong. In addition to his personal and documentary work, he works in assignments for editorial and commercial clients. Some of his photos have been published in newspapers, magazines and on the internet press. In 2016 he was one of the six finalists of WYNG Masters Award, Identity and in 2017 he was nominated for the Magnum Foundation Fund. Since 2010, he has been living and working in Hong Kong as a freelance photographer.
2017 - Nominated for the Magnum Foundation Fund., 2016 - Finalist of WYNG Masters Award, Identity
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