Looking back at 2016, I didn't really think I could survive as a freelancer but it turned out alright. I'm thankful for all the opportunities and trust given by the respective agencies, editors and clients, which helped make the year a pretty good one.Read More
In any sport, action aside, knowing how to read the game play and predict reactions of players are equally important. At this year's WTA Finals, that really paid off and I managed to get some frames of jubilation that I didn't have much of in previous editions. I used to think that in sports photography, only action matters. But no. Moments are big too. From quiet moments to injuries to epic celebrations. All that defined this year's assignment for me.Read More
After covering cycling for the first time last June at the Southeast Asian Games, the sport became one of a handful of favorites to photograph. Thanks to Reuters, Lewis and Jeremy, I got the opportunity to cover cycling again, and this time in nearby Hong Kong.Read More
The F1 circuit is back in Singapore for its 9th year, and I've always longed for a chance to photograph it one day, given that the event is literally the most prestigious among all the other sporting events held locally.
Thanks to the AP, I finally got the chance to photograph the event this year. Covering events of such scale require lots of planning and teamwork, and credits really go to Maye-E and Mark, who gave me lots of pointers and helped set me up for the coverage.
As 2016 heads into its fourth quarter, I decided to look back at some of my favourite pictures in 2015, and use these as a motivation to see and shoot better.Read More