Belgium. The photos of a young author seem able to touch the public.
David Uzochukwu is fifteen years old and lives in Belgium. According to la Repubblica.it, during the last «five years» he could not «distance himself from his camera».
On his website, he defines himself as an «image maker based in Brussels». He would have «drawn the media attention because of his young age and of his intense portraits», having also been awarded the «title of EyeEm Photographer 2014 thanks to» the work named ‘Cry me a River‘. It is about an image «part of a project started» during «summer 2013», when the author decided «to take a picture per day for 100 days: a suggestive journey within sensations and frames of mind» (la Repubblica.it).
According to David Uzochukwu, he would not be able to «tell in words» what he can express by «images» (ibidem).
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