Emmanuel Serna (b.1973) is a French Photographer based in Hong Kong.

After graduated from a photography school in Paris, he devoted himself to photography in the Balkans: Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia by documenting the aftermath of the civil wars on civilian populations. He also worked in Eastern Europe: Romania and Turkey where he was interested in minorities and daily life.

Since 2010, he lives and works in Hong Kong where he has concentrated his work as well in China, where he worked on daily life.

He likes to photograph people, their relationships with each other and their environment and the marks they leave on the landscape.

His photos were exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in France, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
In addition to his personal work, he works in assignments for editorial and commercial clients. 

Some of his photo documentaries and photos have been published in magazines, newspapers and on the internet press.

In 2016 he was one of the six finalists of WYNG Masters Award Identity and in 2017 he was nominated for the Magnum Foundation Fund.

He is a member of the French Photo Agency Divergences Images and a contributor of the Photo Agency Sopa Images.

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