There is no blue without yellow and without orange. Vincent van Gogh While Singapore was suffering from the worst haze in history, I was in Australia enjoying the beautiful winter weather and everything blue. This really made me appreciate the beauty of nature and the air I breathe. I […]
To love beauty is to see light Victor Hugo The plane ride from Australia back to Singapore… Can’t wait to fly again!
A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.
Just a week ago, I was a passenger in the car while Tony Marin drove almost 3 hours out of Melbourne to breathe in the fresh ocean air and visit some rocks the Twelve Apostles! I’ve heard so much about how beautiful and picturesque the Great Ocean Road is so you […]
I’ve been in Melbourne for nearly a week now. I finally took a break from work and am enjoying every single day of it. I am very fortunate to be crashing at Tony Marin’s place. He is a photographer I met in Singapore and can really cook up […]
Dolls are a huge part of my life and I always turn to my dolls for inspiration in whatever I do; be it in my craft or life. Most of us would have played/ known about Barbie dolls as children. In fact, our first dolls would most probably […]
The real trouble with reality is that there is no background music I am going to continue my shameless promotion proud presentation of No Foreign Lands as one of the top 10 best photography blog for this year’s Singapore Blog Awards 2013! If you enjoy my images or my general ramblings on this […]
It’s not what you see but what the light reveals. In every colour, there’s the light The language of photography is light; it has been a little over a month and I love that my Leica ME is always with me to capture what the light reveals! […]
The International Festival Chorus or simply the IFC is one of Singapore’s oldest choir. It was first established in 1974 as the adult choral body of the United World College of South East Asia. The thing about the IFC is that it is a non audition choir and […]
I was in Yogyakarta back in 2011 and had so much fun documenting the rich Javanese arts and culture. Some of which are picked up by a promising new generation thanks to the government’s arts program. Lets hope that it stays this way for a long time to come. A […]