Japanese Macaque

CompanyDM Studio7
PhotographerMervyn Dublin
About Photographer

Mervyn Dublin got his first digital camera in 2007, and has since then developed his professional career capturing special moments of fashion shows, social events, and celebrations with clientele ranging from notable figures to corporate clients. Mervyn’s talent and dedication has given him the ability to create incredible and diversified images of everything from travel, street, nature, architecture, portraiture and runway models. The amazing aspect of Mervyn’s work lies in his ability to perfect his skills throughout the diversified photographic medium while many professional photographers focused solely on one realm of photography. Some of his most outstanding works won the Bronze Award-2012 Creative Asia Photography Awards (Portrait) and were nominated for the 6th/7th/8th/9th Annual B&W Spider Awards and 5th/7th Annual Photography Masters Cup. Mervyn was also the finalist for 2011/2012/2013 Sigma Annual Spring Photography Contest and KL Photo awards 2013. His career highlight was when he bagged several titles conferred by IPA (an association under the Lucie Foundation) namely the 8 Honorable Mention IPA 2010,10 Honorable Mention IPA 2011, 4 Honorable Mention IPA 2012, 6 Honorable Mention IPA 2013, 1 Honorable Mention IPA 2014 for Portrait, Editorial, Travel, Nature, Architecture categories. In addition, the PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS 2nd Prize (Portrait) was also added under his belt. His works are featured in the National Geographic Stock Images, Photography Monthly UK, The Black & White Photography Book, The Photo Paper Journal, Potpourri Magazine, Best of Photography 2011/2012 & was also voted the Top 100 Online Photographer 2010 by ScanDigital.Today, an Executive Diploma in Photography graduate and an experienced photographer, Mervyn still persevere the principle of Ansel Adam that ‘There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.’ As such, he is constantly reimagining existing concepts to transcend the boundaries of what's norm and cliché as he believes that a photograph is a piece of art expressing emotion and esthetic. Hence not bound by rules to create and interpret.