As a master of photography, Cheng Chang Kuo has the power to capture the essence of a person. Besides having taken part in still photo shoots for films such as "Hear Me,” "The Most Distant Course," and "Crystal Boys" as a well-known stills photographer, he dabbles in other industries as well. His work covers a range from advertisements, still photography for movies, TV, and film, to shooting humanitarian documentaries. Having graduated in Radio, TV, and Film at Shi-Hsin University, Guo developed his own esthetic tastes from more classical works. He ended up going down the path of becoming a professional stills photographer. He then developed a style of photography that portrays emotion through the movement of light and shadow while maintaining a strong humanistic quality. In his life, he broadened his mind through travel, and the sense of beauty within his photography became integrated as a part of himself. He has even demonstrated his talents at what some consider to be the biggest photography contest in Europe: the PX3 photography competition in Paris, France and, in doing so, putting Taiwan into the spotlight.