One of the best things about my job is meeting and working closely with people who are at the top of their game.
Working with André Chiang of Restaurant André is a bit like working with a slightly mad genius…but in a good way. His food and restaurant always fills me with whimsy, providing an escape from the real world for a few hours.
Here’s the result of me escaping reality for an afternoon, collaborating with a true artist and possibly genius….for Four Magazine.
I’m not quite sure if this appears in print or not, but it always satisfying to see my work appear in unexpected places. Today it is the New York Times. I have always assumed that the NYT was the Daily Bugle in Superman – that kinda makes me Jimmy Olsen?
Big thanks to Loh Lik Peng and the team from Unlisted Collection for sending in the portrait for the article.
Little known fact about me: I have never entered a photography competition in my life! I’m not sure why.
I guess I figure that every day I work, I am entering a competition, with clients as my judges. And the prize is to be invited to come back for the second and third jobs. In fact, I consider that second call to be my ultimate prize – it means my client feel they got value and my pictures did what they need.
Anyway, what was my point again? Oh yes, one client that calls me back is the National Parks Board, having worked on two of their annual reports, and their submissions for UNESCO submission.
And so in some ways I have won their photo competition. Not because I submitted an image, but because they used one of my images to advertise their latest competition. Sure, there’s no accolade, no name up in lights, but in my heart, I won.
And if you are interested in submitting your photos to their competition, you can apply here! Must say, Singapore Garden Photographer of the Year has quite a ring to it!
I am honoured to have my images of Shanghai’s beautiful Peace Hotel featured on the Hirsch Bedner Associates website. The renowned architects are the world’s number one hospitality design firm.
What I love about the Burnt Ends project and the resulting website is that everything is consistent and on-brand. The food drove the brand which informs the interior. And the photography brought all these aspects together in one cohesive message.
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