Annual exhibition 2022

Welcome to the Cathay Camera Club annual exhibition 2022 preview.

Founded in 1982 the Cathay Camera Club aims to bring together Hong Kong based photographers of all skill levels and nationalities who are keen to develop their photographic skills and techniques in a relaxed atmosphere. The club meets each month for competition nights, where the members submit their images on a chosen theme to be judged by Hong Kong professional photographers and artists. Each year the club hosts an annual exhibition in which members show their work to the public.


The theme for this year’s exhibition is “Light Catchers – 40 years of creating images”.

This year, 2022, the club is celebrating 40th Anniversary!

Members of the Club will display a collection of images that best expresses their passion for photography.


The Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

November  16-20, 2022 

Participating artists:

  • Andrea Bartolucci
  • Artur Tomaszek
  • Ayesha Sitara
  • Bharat Khemlani
  • Col Sim
  • Colleen Tsai
  • Divya Umesh
  • Ewa Wilkinson
  • Gary Jones
  • Hanna Torneus
  • Henk Jan Pomstra
  • Ivanna Vivcharyk
  • Jeremiah Palmerston
  • Jeremy H Greenberg
  • Jon Babek
  • Mary Dimitropoulou
  • Mike Epstein
  • Noelle Sinclair
  • Phil Pither
  • Polo (Chiu Po Ching)
  • Quentine Delesalle
  • Sabrina Wen
  • Si Hung Ha (SH)
  • William Tam

The exhibition is open to the public and free to enter. We hope to see you there.



Best of exhibition 2022 “Light Catchers – 40 years of creating images”

Cathay Camera Club celebrated its 40th anniversary with a celebratory “Light Catchers” annual exhibition at Hong Kong Cultural Centre.

A big thank you to this year’s 24 participating artists – stunning works as always!

Also thank you to all who attended and celebrated with us! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

The votes have been counted (a whooping 500+ viewers) and the results are, in reverse order….

In third place was Mary Dimitropoulou’s image  “Basket Case” with a total of 43 votes

In second place was Divya Umesh’s image  “Portrait” with a total of 53 votes

And in first place  Ayesha Curate’s  image “Mongolian horseback rider”  with a total of 96 votes