I've much to be thankful for in 2017, especially the opportunities given to me to continue doing what I love. And at the same time, I'm grateful for all the new friendships and bonds forged along the way, be it on assignments or while travelling!
It's barely a month into 2018, but here's looking back at my favorite frames of 2017 to make sure I do better this year! :) Read More
Recently for an assignment for Reuters Plus and the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, I got the chance to experience what goes on in a mosque during the month of Ramadan. The last I ever stepped foot into a mosque was when I was 13, back then as a young student during Eid al-Adha. So photographing a day's proceedings at a mosque was a refreshing change from the usual assignments I get. Read More
When the UFC made its way to sunny Singapore three years ago, I was still a young student trying to make my way into the industry. Fast forward to today, the sport's top promotion is back in the small city-state. Holly Holm capped off the night's main card with a head kick KO to Bethe Correia, ending her winless streak since her victory over Ronda Rousey. Read More
Following up on the basketball series I did with my friends, I went ahead to look for some stuff to photograph, and I chanced upon my friend, Matthew, and his portrait series with Team Strong Silvers, a group of active and sprightly seniors. That’s how it all started, with Matthew linking me up with Robert, who helps manage the team, and subsequently, the gentlemen themselves, including 72-year-old Mr Ng Bee Kia. Read More
Getting stuck in a rut. Stagnation. Lack of motivation.
It's been a while since I've gotten these feelings, and whenever stuff like these happens, I always make sure to take a step back, so I can get a better look at what I've done and see how I can grow further. Read More
And the opportunity to photograph "homecourt" came by.