Seoho Oh was born in South Korea and studied Art & Photography since his high school years. Following his passion, he majored in Fine Arts at Chung-Ang University and after migrating to the United States in 1982, he continued his education at the School of Visual Arts and the Germain School of Photography in New York City. During this period, he specialized in people and portrait photography. He has also taught courses at the Photography Art Center NY and was the Assistant Director of Parker Gallery in New Jersey.
He moved from New York to California in 2007. It was this physical transition that also shifted his work’s focus and attention toward scenic & nature photography. He is dedicated to capturing the images of moving water flows and has recently published an eBook (Amazing Attraction of the US Pacific Coast) in South Korea. His photos have been displayed in several exhibitions and publications (Christian Journal and KA Life Magazine).
I love capturing the movement of water in its natural environment and in urban settings through photography. I am drawn to the beauty of its many forms, its fluidity and the ability to change itself and its surroundings. Usually shot during sunset, I utilize many techniques that impart a painterly-like quality to the photos. This method creates a mood and ambiance to helps portray the fleeting interaction of water and light in accompanying motion.
Most of my images are limited editions. They are available for purchase in fine art prints or acrylic prints and in various sizes. For best display results, I prefer to print them on Museum face-mount acrylic prints.