Navy News is the bi-monthly magazine of the Republic of Singapore Navy. I oversee all issue of Navy News, from concept to print.
Myanmar is a country in constant motion, and this is perhaps what makes it so beguiling.
Witch hunting drives the plot of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, and it’s a practice, director Rayann Condy opines, that is not as distant from our daily lives as we might think.
Harry Potter was not dubbed “The Boy Who Lived” for nothing. Five years after JK Rowling concluded the series, the boy wizard lives on – in popular culture, fan fiction, and parodies like this one.
The Arabian Nights, adapated for the stage by American playwright and director Mary Zimmerman, is a story about stories, a tapestry of Middle Eastern tales woven together in one woman’s valiant attempt to cheat death.
Mabul Island is a divers’ paradise, but it is also home to a village teeming with children. The island is their playground; the sea, their home. But even on tiny Mabul, there are socio-economic disparities, which I aimed to capture through the eyes of the children in this series of portraits.
Copywriting and photography I did for Fresh Healthy Cafe’s promotional materials.
An interview with a contact juggler and Singapore’s first female professional clown.
Living the island life in Kinmen and Penghu, two island archipelagos off Taiwan. This is the third in a series of articles about wandering off the proverbial beaten track in Taiwan.
Uncovering the waterways of Botswana’s Okavango Delta.