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. […]
A couple of weeks ago was the Singapore Night Festival 2013; a spectacular showcase of music and the arts. There were plenty of free performances, light shows, art installations and you even get to enjoy free entry to the museum’s exhibition during that weekend. I’m a little late […]
The Art of Seeing and Ways of Approach is a Leica Akadamie workshop conducted by Mathias Heng. I tagged along for the workshop and had fun looking at the surprised faces of participants as they watched the way Mathias work around his subject. It was a nice refresher […]
Little islands are all large prisons: one cannot look at the sea without wishing for the wings of a swallow. Although Bintan was not what I expected, I do however miss snoozing to the sea breeze with him.
A mix from the Healsville Sanctuary and the city in Melbourne, Australia.
The last 2 weeks was a crazy busy period for me and it is about to get even busier prepping for my group exhibition, going through folders of images and events on top of my day job… In the mean time, here are some of the last bit […]
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!
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(:
Read Part One Read Part Two The thing about shooting with a Leica is that you don’t just pass your camera to the next tourist you see, teach them how to focus and then ask them to help take a photo for you. Since I am always behind […]