The S.E.A aquarium in Sentosa opened this year and I waited till the crowds died down to pay a visit. The day I went there was only a school group so it was a fuss free visit.
There’s something about aquariums that I love, I never get sick of them and even if it’s through a panel of glass, the inhabitants make really good photography subjects.
There were some really interesting animals, like the squid, the nautilus and oh the jellyfish, I adore jellyfish, they are so ethereal.
After looking at my pictures, I think I want to go again.
A mini shoot I did for Bonweekend‘s range of delicate jewellery.
This started out as a product shoot but I turned it into a teaser campaign, I used cloud textures to give the jewellery a floaty, ethereal feel as well as to bring out the colours of the metal.
The collection is still available online.
Hipster place, Chye Seng Huat was on my ‘to visit’ list for the longest time and it’s a great place, if you can find it.
The industrial exterior and interior is strangely inviting and if you can score a seat at the bar, good on you!
The food is simple and hearty, that chocolate cake? I had to have it.
If you can spare the time, you’ll just want to sit for hours and people watch.
oh and stop by Tyrwhitt General Store upstairs for fab artisan and indie designer gear.
I shot the debut lookbook for Bonweekend awhile ago.
Having never worked with a model before, it was a blessing to work with Valerie, who posed well and needed little direction.
These are my favorite photos for each outfit, me and the stylist/owner of Bonweekend did a location recce prior to the shoot and I think for a first time, we did pretty well.
The first collection is now up on the website.
I just came back from a short trip to Japan, it was my 4th time and my parent’s first so I was their tour guide. Here are the highlights (via instagram):
1. Can’t go to Japan without buying a melon pan from the conbini. 2. Fat seal at the Kaiyukan. 3. I never get sick of jellyfish. 4. Checking out the newest Osaka mall, Grand front. 5. Yodobashi camera is the best place for camera accessories. I kitted out my 6D there. 6. Big spider at Koyasan. 7, 8 & 9. Kaiseki cuisine and the peaceful morning after at our lovely Hakone Ryokan. 10. My overstuffed travel bag. 11. I found this book at the conbini in Tokyo, haven’t tried it out yet. 12. Tokyo sky tree limited tokyo banana, super delicious, too bad we didn’t make it up to the observation deck. 13. 3 Michelin star dinner at Sushi Yoshitake. Amazing. 14. I hunted down a disney store just for this uniBEARsity plush. 15. New love of my life, a comb hairdryer I found at Don Quixote. 16. People watching at Hachiko whilst waiting for Judy.
More comprehensive photo posts coming, stay tuned
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