Lunar New Year Snaps - TBWA Group \ Singapore
Snapshots of Lunar New Year in the TBWA office…
Lunar New Year Snaps
Snapshots of Lunar New Year in Malaysia.
There’s food and there’s more food.
Around the house…
There’s burning and more burning…
Originality and ownership
Rant blog post alert:
‘Please Mind The Gap | Singapore’ was a project that I took a lot of pride in. The idea sprang from a near accident where I nearly lost my phone through the gaps between MRT (subway) train doors and the station platform doors. I was in a…
On Japanese design, photography and books.
It’s noticeable that photography books these days are not just confined to hard case, limp-bound or saddle stitch, neither are the design layouts looking same old formulated. I hope I don’t sound too bias, but such is the case with some of the Japanese photography books that made the shortlist…
Bringing the camera everywhere
If I could, I would bring and sling my camera everywhere I go; to lunches, to grocery shopping and commuting to work. One would never guess what lies around the corner and in the next second, which could be very photographable. Because of this thinking, and despite peculiar looks from…
On life, photography and self-publishing
An old note from last year
Why did I self-publish a photo book? Or rather, why and when did I start photographing? I was probably 8 years old when I first held a camera, my father’s Olympus XA to be exact, and I only knew it was one hell of…
Print your photographs
“I always tell people that the moment they are into collecting or start ordering prints, they become better photographers.” – Saul Leiter (In No Great Hurry)
I can’t really figure out what Saul Leiter actually said but that is roughly it. And this is what I deciphered; there is a…