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Albert Mok has a keen sense for still photography at a young age as he travelled around the world capturing moments he considers most precious. This interest continues to mould and is eventually translated now to moving images, which is why Albert is a cinematography major at The Puttnam School of Film. Taking inspiration from American cinematographer, Conrad Hall, Albert believes that the most crucial aspect of his discipline is the ability to convey coherent meaning and mood to a film through visual storytelling. He regards the work of light and shadows as his strength and it has always been present in his student films such as The Last Call, Turning Back and Ink.
For Albert, everything in the world has both sides - positive and negative. Seed, Albert’s thesis film marks his most intricate and mature work in his approach of the understanding of lighting, camera movement and composition.