Lei Zunhui, GPU-CR-1, female, 58 years old, is deputy general manager of Sanjia mould company of Hunan University and chairman of Hunan Yihai Art School. In 2008, she started to take photography seriously and participated in a photography course organized by Changsha City of Hunan Province. For more than ten years, she traveled all over China and other countries out of love for photography. She serves as the vice chairman of the Hunan Photography Association for Senior Citizens, and organizes photo tours for the members in various regions of the world. She has won many gold medals in the annual exhibition organized by Hunan Photography Association for Senior Citizens. She also held photography exhibitions with members of the association many times. She held an exhibition at 19th Pingyao International Photography Festival in 2019. Many of her photos have been published in magazines, newspapers and websites. She won many awards such as gold medals, silver medals and bronze medals in international and domestic competitions. She won the gold award at the 8th Chinese Art Golden Horse Awards in 2020. Photography is her hobby. It is also her way of making friends in the photo community. She is a member of the Hunan Photographers Association, Hunan Photography Association for Senior Citizens, Changsha Photographers Association, and the vice-chairman of the Horizon Photographic Association Changsha Branch. She is also a member of Global Photographic Union, International Photography Association, and Royal Photographic Society. She use Canon products in most time and is fond of people and culture photography.
Description of the series:
The eyes are the windows of the heart. You can see the world in various forms and feel the joys, sorrows and joys of life. This photo series inadvertently show a different look under the lens. In their eyes, you can tell their state of mind in life, some are full of joy, some bear a mood of melancholy and some are looking for things. It also reflects that people at every level have different expectations for life. Black and white tones highlight people’s most real and simple side. Each minor expression and a gesture are displayed incisively and vividly in the photos.