These are efforts to find my aesthetic.
All photographs by Eunice Choi, unless stated otherwise.
Weekends at Kaffe are always a shitshow, but a good kind of shitshow.
Details in the Glen.
This place is a sigh of relief, a pause, a walk at a different pace.
It is beautiful in every season, but fall is when you truly smell the earth, feel the crunch of leaves underfoot.
I’ve spent many an afternoon here, and found much inspiration in the swaying trees and the worn paths. It was comforting to be back in the timelessness of the forest surrounding Hamilton.
I visited school a few weeks ago.
Jarringly different, people had moved while I stayed put. New faces, new names, amongst familiar ones.
"I had no idea that it was a light-sensitive, fragile thing. It just didn’t occur to me. And that was it – that there was this two part process: this act of looking and observing, and then this technical part, this magic that you couldn’t fully understand or control but you could potentially harness. And that’s what I love about it still – it’s looking and it’s harnessing technology. It’s recording sight, recording what the world looks like. "
Last month, I had the privilege of traveling to South Korea. I live in one of the greatest cities in the world, but the change of pace in Korea offered a much-needed break and inspiration from the New York’s endless pace and energy. This is a compilation of my photos from the trip, long overdue.
Finally, my favorite pictures from Korea in one place. Take a look-see, if you haven’t already.
are quite possibly my favorite from my trip to Korea.
Lines, implied presences, and quiet.
“I think a lot about taking photos that are about more than capturing something beautiful, that have a heaviness attached to them. The heaviness doesn’t need to be negative, just convey a real sense of purpose. That’s hard to do.”
What do you think about at night?
I haven’t updated this blog with many personal going-ons as of late. I intend to keep it that way, and let my photos do the talking.
But for your information, I am currently in Seoul, South Korea, where I will be spending the next two weeks. New York, being a bustle of activity, is nice and all, but sometimes a change of scenery is a good thing.
Literally. This is the view from my balcony. A very different world than the one I just left.
Coffee moments with my sister. I’m glad she’s learned to love the cortado.