Ric Tse

“I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”

A freelance photographer in Hong Kong who won 13 champions in international and local photography competitions and numerous awards including the “International Photography Awards”, “ND Awards”, “Canon Photography Marathon” and “Urban Colors Global Photography Competition (Hong Kong)”. Over the years, Ric devotes making creative and artistic photography, his works include “Legography” and “City Puzzle” which attracted over 100,000 view and repost in the major social media platforms. Ric showcases in 3 solo photography exhibitions and his published works including “Photo Book: Ric Tse” and “Lego Mini Theater-Legography x Hong Kong Food”.

In 2020, Ric made an outstanding achievement by winning the champion in the Professional Fine-Art Collage featuring his publication “Musical Notation in the City” and three of his works “Building Blocks in the City”, “Tenement Building and “On the Playground”, won the Honor Award.

Ric believes the missions of a photographer is to use images to record every little thing around us and aspires to use his camera to record Hong Kong through his lens, techniques, and creativities.

Artworks by Zue Chan

 

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City Legography – Batman

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Legography – Choi Hung

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Legography – Pawnshop

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Legography – Star Ferry

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Legography – Tramways

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Puzzle – Cultural Center

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Puzzle – Oil Street

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Puzzle – Pacific Place

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.