My daughter has been practicing Taekwondo since she was 4 years old, so I began to take photos of her progress since then. And that’s how I started Martial Arts Photography–with my iPhone LOL, and Photoshop.

Years later when she began to compete in tournaments, I also began to take Martial Arts Photography more seriously.


For the past few years, we’ve been in Black Belt Academy at least 3 days a week after school, my daughter has competed in, I don’t know-I lost count, many tournaments and won a lot of medals. I’m with her everywhere, I even earned my Blue Belt… These experience definitely helps me better photograph martial arts.

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Myself grew up watching Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Li action movie, which is also one of the reason I love photographing martial arts–This is my favorite self-portrait:


If you are practicing martial arts, Taekwondo, Karate, etc., book a creative session with me, you won’t be disappointed: