Ethan Lo is a recent graduate from Savannah College of Art and Design majoring in photography BFA. Ethan was born in Hong Kong in 1996. Much of his projects are long term, it revolves around land use and human-altered landscape in hopes that his photographs raise questions and bring environmental awareness to the world. 

In 2016 he have started his long term project, Marching the MacLehose, where he hiked the longest trail in Hong Kong to document the changes of the trails, he will revisit the trail five years and ten years later to document how the trail have changed over time. In his most recent project, Omission, he document the area of Tseung Kwan O, with a 4x5 camera to create a series of photographs, which questions how the Hong Kong Government educated the public about it historical past. Much of his projects concentrated on historical research of the location, as land and housing are precious in Hong Kong his work often question how Hong Kong people and the government uses it space. 

Subscribe to My Newsletter Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates.
Thank you for subscribing!
Something went wrong. Please try again.



2018 - Pupil Sphere, Touring Exhibition, UK

2017-2018 - Artificial Things, ShutterHub, Art at ARB, Cambridge, UK

2017 - Retina Photo Festival, Shutter Hub Open, Scotland, UK

2017 - Always At The Edge of Things and Between Places, Stair Culture, Hong Kong 

2017 - Passporte Gallery, Salon Built Environment, Online 

2015 - Dream Like Bubble, RAW Mixed Media, Hong Kong 


2017 - Semi Zine - Features

2017 - Landscape Stories - Blog

2017 - Revolv Collective - Instagram

2017 - Dodho Magazine - Online

Using Format