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Greetings.

Welcome to Thomas C137 Photography, where visitors step into his very own Dimension C-137. In this photographic realm, each click captures a unique universe, just as infinite and diverse as the multiverse itself. Much like the concept from the animated show Rick & Morty, this is where his images come to life, with each frame telling a story from a different corner of the multiverse. Explore the analogue wonders of his lens, where time stands still, and emotions are etched onto film, offering a glimpse into the extraordinary.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Thomas Pang is a landscape, portrait, and street photographer based in Naarm/Melbourne.

Thomas's works are shot on analogue cameras. These works explore the different faces of people and cities in a modern context. With a keen eye for capturing people's best moments, Thomas specialises in shooting portraits that reveal the essence and individuality of each subject. His skill lies in creating a comfortable and engaging environment, allowing the true personality of his subjects to shine through the lens.

Equipped with a wide range of film cameras and lenses, Thomas adapts to various occasions and environments, ensuring the perfect tool is at his disposal to capture the desired atmosphere and visual narrative. From medium format cameras for capturing intricate details to versatile lenses for dynamic street photography, Thomas's collection enables him to push the boundaries of his artistic vision and deliver compelling photographs that resonate with viewers.​

Thomas is available for commercial and editorial commissions in Naarm/Melbourne and beyond. 

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Analogue Filmography

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Portraiture Shooting Service

THANK YOU ALL.

I am deeply grateful for the unwavering support and encouragement I've received throughout my artistic journey. This acknowledgement extends to my family, friends, mentors, and the creative communities that have inspired and nurtured my practice. Each project and milestone achieved has been made richer and more meaningful through your guidance, feedback, and belief in my vision. Thank you for being an integral part of my journey and for contributing to the growth and depth of my work as an artist. Your support has been a cornerstone of my development and success.

Thomas, February 2024


 

In alphabetical order:

Adam Bologna Australian Film Photographers Benjamin Li Centre for Contemporary Photography Charlie Clark Charlotte Claire Clémence Balland Davies Tai Elkie Tong Ellen Tang Harry Hsu Janice Yip Karli Rae Katy Leung Kim Handley Laura Langley LowKey Zine Lucie Poevaiki Regal Matthew Wong Museum of Australian Photography Open Lab Phoebe Tse Sammi Wong Sisi Lam Victor Sun Walkens House of Film Yuhin ...and my family.

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