Dutch photographer and filmmaker Marc Ressang will be holding a weekend exhibit and print sale for his photographic work at Creative Collective on Saturday January 31st and Sunday February 1st from 1-6 pm.
荷兰制片人兼摄影师Marc Ressang下周末下午1点到6点（1月31日到2月1日）在Creative Collective举办摄影展，届时将会出售其摄影作品。
Self-taught in the medium, his work has been featured on National Geographic's global website and China's print edition, by Vice, Smartshanghai along with other independent publications.
Originally begun as creative outlet during his undergraduate studies in international business, Ressang has now been working professionally in the field for over three years.
Prior to his upcoming art show we caught up with him about his work:
What do you enjoy about shooting? What do you prefer to shoot?
I enjoy travel photography the most. The most fulfilling feeling comes from being able to capture a moment from your own experience and being able to translate it into something visual for other people to see.
Do you have a favorite photo you have shot so far? Could you tell me a bit about where it was taken and what you find special about the image?
One of my favorite photos is this one [The Tibetan horse rider]. I took it last summer during a trip to Sichuan. I like the way how it captures the pride of the Tibetan people and their cultural heritage.
What has been your most exciting moment so far in terms of either work or milestones?
Getting my work published in National Geographic Traveller China was pretty great. Not the real deal (National Geographic International) but it's a start. Also doing my exhibition on Nightlife in Shanghai was a good way to end that chapter.
Where do you see your work going in the next few years? 您未来几年有何计划？
I'm doing more and more video projects and keeping still photography as a non-commercial creative outlet.
This event is part of Creative Collective's weekend affair:
A Taste For Adventure
Saturday January 31-Sunday February 1 (1-6 pm)
Lane 108 Changshu Lu House 6 1F near Changle Lu