Most photos in his gallery exhibited a minimalist style with a modest choice of colour, mostly black and white. The photos looked simple yet sophisticated evoking a calm and peaceful response.
When he was asked in an interview on why he loves doing black and white photography, he replied:
I believe black and white is immediately more mysterious because we see in colour all the time. It is also more subjective. I think it is quieter and more calm than colour.
His work represented a different perspective on how we look at things - a perspective that is simple, quiet and calm which are abundance in undisturbed nature.