« I was exposed to cameras pretty early in my life, my mom always let me take pictures when I was a kid », says Tristan Zhou. This Japanese photographer that was born in Tokyo and moved to Shanghai when he was 11 years old combines with talent his passion for movies and his appreciation for his culture. By using the lighting technique to achieve some cinematic looks, the artist pays really close attention to storytelling. Making insiring pictures that offers a unique view on asians countries. « I really love the richness of culture in many Asian cities and also the human impact on many different things in Asia. I also love our traditional architectures and religions even though I’m not religious. Many big Asian cities are over populated and it’s really interesting to see how people build their cities, like Hong Kong for example ».

Found more about his work on his Instagram page : @trystane