Photobook: Stand in Front of More Interesting People

Photographer: Joseph Chung

This is a black and white photozine of some of my favorite street photographs taken between 2014-2017. It’s sized 152x200mm (slightly shorter than a5), 32 pages, printed on 150gsm art paper with a 300gsm glossy coated cover, and is signed.

It includes photos which have been published as part of stories and Daily Dozens on National Geographic, Photo of the Day on, and awarded an Honorable Mention on IPA International Photography Awards 2017 for the editorial story, “To Remove a President.”

For more details and how to purchase a copy, please click here.

Bio: My name is Joseph Chung and I’m a Korean-American street photographer based in Seoul and Dongducheon, South Korea. While I was born in Seoul, I grew up in the Bronx borough of New York City and it was there my interest in photography began. In 2011, I returned to Seoul and became deeply interested in exploring aspects of the urban city and its inhabitants. Photography has a magical power to freeze time, and with my camera, I hope to leave records worth seeing and remembering.

Media Links:

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments