a photo publication
by Angeline Teo
published by Math Paper Press


Angeline Teo is a passionate photographer whose love lies in black-and-white film photography. Inspired by her father who passed on 19 years ago, she continues to take snapshots of life with her Nikon FE camera and Tri-X film. Her father’s love for photography lives on in her photographs. She also hopes to inspire her nephew, Owen, to pursue his passions with no fear in his heart.

In this journal, she expresses her fascination for people and faces – from the kindness in the elderly to the innocence in the children – as well as for places in Beijing, such as the old hutongs.

It is also her desire to live a life dedicated to capturing life’s simple moments and, through the photographs, keep a memory of history. In 2014, Angeline will release her own photo book series, Monochrome Faces and Places, and donate the proceeds of the first book to an orphanage in Beijing.

- staplebound
- product dimensions: 30 x 37 cm
- included: a detachable 60 x 37 cm poster

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