Alex Soh is a firm believer in the power of photography to communicate ideas and emotions. He desires to capture the wonders of nature that will compel people to worship its wonderful Creator.
Formally trained in Graphic Design, Alex’s journey as a graphic designer started in 1995. He started in an advertising firm, TV product house and there after in a design house. Later on, he setup his own design studio, providing one-stop service from photography to design and print. In his creative path for the last 15 years, he was involved in numerous projects, from TV commercials to documentary production. His projects include Samsung, Power Gas, HP, AIA, Walls ice cream and more. He has done many photo shoots for weddings and corporate clients covering products, pets, couples to models and CEOs. Today, he does mostly travel and fine art photography, concentrating on scenery to build a photo library for RBC Ministries (USA and International). Alex is also one of the world few gettyimages contributing photographer. You are able to view his photographs at www.alexsohphotography.com.
Not one to rest on his laurels, Alex has also been commissioned to be a judge for photo competition in Vietnam. He is also an active promoter of fine art photography in Singapore. With the support of various digital fine art paper manufacturer Hahnemühle, Sihl and Museo, he has given talks to thousands of photographers on fine art photography to promote photographic exhibitions in the region, he also leads photographers into the field to do travel and wildlife photography.
With many years of experience in handling print media, Alex has comprehensive and authoritative knowledge in this particular area. He has been commissioned by one of the publishers in US to conduct press check in China.
Alex was invited to be one of the Kingston icon photographer and also the artists with ColorVision Digital Imaging to be featured together with some world-renowned artists and photographers from around the world.
Alex believes that a good photograph is all about opportunity. An artist doesn't make art—art happens. He loves photography because it is a way in which he can express himself. Through this medium, he is able to share with others his passion—that is to capture pictures that touch lives.
As art director and photographer for RBC Ministries, International, Operations, Singapore. Alex has literally travelled all over the world building the organization's stock image library since 1997. His photographs have won numerous international awards and accolades and have been featured on the covers of Our Daily Bread, a publication that is distributed worldwide with a circulation figure of 17 million copies. As an art director, he heads a team of designers from around the world.
Alex grew up in a village in Singapore and his adventures there inspired the creativity that has led to a passion for photography. He has published his first coffee table book Life Touching Moments together with an exhibition in Singapore.
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