Flash Light Photography Expeditions is dedicated to providing in-depth photographic adventures to keen photography enthusiasts from around the globe. We provide tours to destinations in South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Japan and the world over. We are the premiere choice of photography enthusiasts looking to take their image-making and photojournalism skills to the next level.
Shawn ‘Flash’ Parker
Flash Parker is a wilderness survival expert in the same tradition as Paul Bunyan and Shaft. He has been known to wrestle grizzly bears to a draw, crack turtle shells with his bare hands and crawl inside a living moose for warmth.
Flash is perhaps better known as a writer and photographer. Originally from Toronto, Canada, he currently splits time between San Francisco and Seoul, which he called home for more than two and a half years. Flash is a screenwriter (film credits include Wireless and I Hate Dating), author (Night Has Fallen was released in 2008) and travels extensively on assignment as a photojournalist.
Flash has had articles and photographs published in Conde Nast Traveler, Lonely Planet, American Way Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Groove Magazine, Action Asia, Eloquence Magazine, 10 Magazine and more; additionally, he has been nominated for a 2011 PATA Gold Award in destination journalism. He is passionate about responsible travel, eco-tourism and helping others realize their photographic dreams.
Dylan is a professional photojournalist based in Seoul, South Korea. He is a veteran of the peninsula, having spent the last 6 years knee deep in kimchi; living in, exploring and photographing South Korea. From blizzard swept mountain tops to gritty underground restaurants, Dylan has explored his passion for turning the everyday into something special all over South Korea.
His work is featured monthly in all of the major English magazines in South Korea, where he covers the local music scene, prominent expatriates within the community, food haunts from every corner of the market, and travel stories for the intrepid. His varied assignments have included everything from bank ad campaigns to the tropical waters and wild jungles of Malaysia.
He also plays a prominent role in the premiere expat photo community, the Seoul Photo Club. He spends his spare time critiquing the work of others, teaching seminars on portraiture and lighting, and working with those who aspire to improve their photography.