In his new series "Urban Jungle," photographer Andy Young takes a bird's-eye-look at his hometown. His images—shot with a drone over the course of three months—illustrate the density of Hong Kong’s buildings, and the beauty of the city’s architecture at twilight.
"I was born and raised in Hong Kong and I love this fast-changing place," he told the DailyMail of his series. "Since I've been living in this city my whole life, capturing its unique features just comes naturally to me."
"I hope this series can get people to think about the high-density living in one of the world’s richest cities and the message that I’m trying to send is that Hong Kong is a great city, but lurking beneath the prosperity is a severe housing problem."