Ulana Switucha has travelled and photographed internationally for over 30 years. Her first camera was a Brownie. But the passion for photography was ignited many years later while shooting from the summit of Mount Fuji with her first SLR. She is inspired by light, shape and tone and is drawn by the clarity and awareness of creating an image. She says: “Through photography I find silence and stillness.”

Ulana’s work has been exhibited and published internationally. Working with the Royal Asiatic Society, she was also a contributing photographer for a documentary study of one of Hong Kong’s oldest neighbourhoods: In the Heart of the Metropolis: Yaumatei and Its People