Ting Cai

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About Ting Cai's Photography



As an avid outdoor enthusiast and an experienced photographer specializing in landscape photography, Ting Cai's photographs accurately convey and interpret the distinctive personality of nature while expressing his emotions, feelings, and opinions.


Ting's vision and creativity are recognized by many art associations and public media. His works have been published in Photographer's Forum Magazine Best of Photography Year Book 2008 Edition, NH Troubadours Magazine cover and back pages throughout years, Merrimack Valley Magazine, Outdoor Photographer Magazine website, New Hampshire state websites, and NH.com. His works also have appeared at the Gallery One in Nashua, NH, and in many art shows around the New England.




Awards



1st place - Arts on the Green, New London, New Hampshire, 2014
2nd place - Arts on the Green, New London, New Hampshire, 2013
2nd place - Art in the Park, Andover, Massachusetts, 2012
Honorable Mention - Interclub Competition, New England Camera Club Council, 2011
Best of Show - Beaver Brook Annual Art and Photography Exhibit, Hollis, New Hampshire, 2010
Honorable Mention - Art in the Park, Andover, Massachusetts, 2010
2nd place - Greeley Park Art Show, Nashua, New Hampshire, 2010
2nd place - Art in the Park, Andover, Massachusetts, 2009
2nd place - Greeley Park Art Show, Nashua, New Hampshire, 2009
Prize Winner - NH.com, 2008
Honorable Mention - Photographer's Forum Magazine, 2008
2nd place - Art in the Park, Andover, Massachusetts, 2008
2nd place - Art Affair in the Country Art Show, Bedford, New Hampshire, 2008
Honorable Mention - Spring in the City Art Show, Lawrence Heritage State Park, Lawrence, Massachusetts, 2007
Honorable Mention - www.visitnh.gov. 2007





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