David Daub was born in Germany in 1989. He is a self-taught photographer who specializes in portraiture and, whenever he gets the chance, gets involved in something music-related. Beyond that, David likes to travel and tries to get to know new places by walking around, observing scenes and taking pictures. He currently lives and works in Hamburg, Germany.
This series is a collection of photographs made during my stay in the capitol of South Korea. In fact, it has been two weeks. This is barely enough to get to know the feel of a city. Even though photography took me around the globe sometimes, for me Seoul is at crazy as it gets. I was so overwhelmed by every detail of this heavy breathing city that it was hard for me to concentrate on one thing at a time. The more I saw, the more I totally lost the connection to my environment. This leads to experiencing every moment and every scene very intensively. The photographs show those exact moments, those observing snapshots, those views that I essentially wanted to share.
To view more of David’s work please visit his website.