Morgan Ommer photographs portraits, interiors, and food. Having successfully taught himself how to hold a camera, he discovered an alternative to working in an office. This made him cheerful, pleasant and very attractive to intelligent men and to all women. He loves to take pictures using a rangefinder, so as to avoid the Canon-Nikon debate. He strives to one day accomplish some quiet subtle thing that the elect would deem worthy and, passing on, would join the dimmer stars in a nebulous, indeterminate heaven, half-way between death and immortality.

Morgan has published 3 travel books; Tokyo Cliches ( 2009 Japan ), On the Tram ( 2010 Hong Kong ) and Crossing the Mekong ( 2011 Vietnam ). His work is seen in a variety of editorials including Time, Monocle, Vogue, Travel & Leisure, the Globe and Mail, as well as several local magazines in Japan, China and Vietnam.