As always, Singapore's sporting scene is quiet. And with some major events reaching their final contracted year, things are looking a little bleak. To keep myself occupied early this year, I decided to refresh my eye and head back to where I first started, school sports.
While I didn't manage to photograph much events due to other work commitments, thank God for blessing me with some decent images that you see here. Read More
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