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I capture unnoticed moments and visualize the intangible part. I believe in the power of visual representation and the tension behind the still frames could be told through emotions.


2013 - 2017

2019 -2021

2020.11 - 2021.9

2021.2.9 - 2.28

2021.12.16 - 12.19

2022.9.22 - 12.31

2023.1.5 - 3.31


2023.5.18 - 5.21

Bachelor of Arts (in Architectural Studies)

The University of Hong Kong

Master of Architecture

The University of Hong Kong


HKU Faculty of Architecture

“In the Light of Matter” Exhibition

collaborated with HKU Faculty of Architecture photographer team

PMQ, Hong Kong

Publication -> Photobook 23:59 ESCAPE(2021)

4th :BOOKED Art Book Fair

Tai Kwun, Hong Kong

"Pan, Orbit, Rotate" Exhibition on screen daily

Supported by NYC Big Screen Plaza,

New York City, US

Sunset Valley shortlisted in City Group, Hong Kong Photo Contest 2022 by National Geographic

Publication -> Photobook Bamboo City(2023)

SEA Artbook Fair 2023

Shanghai, China


JI, Xiang is an architectural designer, freelance architectural photographer, and artist currently based in Hong Kong. From experimenting with the use of photography techniques to documenting the built structure in urban settings, his works tie back to his educational background and decade-long living experience in Hong Kong.


Recent works focus on city transformation by documenting scaffoldings around Hong Kong. He endeavored to capture the life-long journey of building from birth to maintenance, to death, which heavily relied on bamboo scaffoldings. The image of the city constantly is changed with such precise "surgery". Within a longer timespan, this project will continue in the coming years and grow, as the city was, and will be, shifting its image to the world ceaselessly.


Recent exhibition in New York by Big Screen Plaza features his past aerial photography works of Hong Kong and mainland China that showcased the densely-built environment at the urban scale.

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