My being is represented by a personal and special non-representational form of photography which I create as an invitational bridge into a state of meditation for my viewer. They are not designed to be read as things and are representative images of my spirituality rather than a collection of nouns reflecting light. They are based on Oriental philosophy that is inherent in me. Also, based on the influence of Oriental painting (San-su-hwa), I borrow elements from the natural world around me to arouse the impressions of landscape, but they are really about me. Being influenced by Korean Calligraphy and its discipline, I express my disciplined soul into photography metaphorically. In my process I am taking a picture of my inside, of the feeling and non light reflective impression. I call my photographs ‘soul-scapes’. They are the visual representations of my disciplined soul through the interpretation and collaboration with my camera.