It has been a year since the exhibition, When The Mountains Called at Orchard Ion and a year since the devastating earthquake in Nepal. Relive the exhibition No Foreign Lands was a part of and have a look at the curatorial thought process of an exhibition…
A shout out for my group exhibition happening on the 11-17th of May.
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How many colours are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? -Stan Brakhage I rarely shoot in monochrome as there are just too many colours in the world for me to ignore. […]
Before I forget, the Kathmandu Inside Out Masterclass’s early bird discount will end in 3 days time! Take a look at the Essay I did during the class last year here. And here is a slideshow of the images: Enjoy Kathmandu(:
Last November, I made a last-minute spontaneous decision as usual and flew some 3600km to one of my dream travel destination: Kathmandu, Nepal for the Kathmandu Inside Out Masterclass. I had an absolutely brilliant experience as I met so many amazing people and even turned 20 with 3 cakes courtesy of the […]
We are all moving forward with time. Who knows, the girl in the photograph might move forward; out of gender discrimination and social standing to lead a country. Time will tell. Busy busy busy as a bee but promise, I’ll try to update real soon! Keep shooting(:
Love intrigues me. The fact that you ‘fall in love’ with someone and spend the rest of your life with that one person sounds daunting and dreadful to me. Then again, I was so fascinated by the idea of ‘Love’ that I explored and did a photo essay […]
I think everyone knows this by now that I am a walking nightmare with directions coupled with the fact that I cannot read maps to save my life. Which means while I was in Kathmandu I am lost the moment I step out of my hotel. Then again […]
Got lost and found this incredible place where the women were sunning the sheets(: More of Kathamandu HERE