Alla Ponomareva: How did your design passion/career begin? Yeri Lee: I studied visual arts in college and was always fascinated by what is considered as “visually pleasing” to the general public. AP: Where did you study? YL: I studied at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada from 2003. AP: Did you always know that’s what you were going to do? YL: I pictured myself as an “artist” since I was little but as a young mind I vaguely understood the life of an artist. I
Christopher Maslon, interviewed by Alla Ponomareva AP: First things first, tell us please, where are you from?
CM: I’m from Monson, Massachusetts, it’s a small town of about 7,000 people. AP: What do you do in Korea?
CM: I’m a Professor at Daejeon Health and Sciences College, now known as HIT – Health Institute of Technology. I’ve been teaching English in Korea for 14 years, but I have worked at HIT for the last 10. AP: So, where do you draw your passion for this portrait?
My third exhibit with the Daejeon Foreign Artists is wrapping itself up this Wednesday. Stop by Wooyeon Gallery in Eunhengdong, Daejeon to take in the experience. #daejeon #photogrpahy #wooyeongallery #korea #artist #exhibition #wooyeon #exhibit