Hey friend!

Thank you for stopping by and nice meeting you!

I am a photographer who juggles lecturing at the local polytechnic here in Singapore, marketing consulting, workshop instructing and speaking gigs and parenthood. Most of my photo shoots are held over the weekend unless we arrange for a weekday headshot.

I got into photography after doing a module in high school. According to my former lecturer turned friend, Justyn Olby, I had ‘The Eye’.

I am passionate about light, capturing emotions, genuine interactions and real and honest feelings. It means a lot to me to capture these moments for all of its glory for its timeless value. I don’t just shoot a family, I freeze time for you to look back on. If you are a laid back and relaxed family looking for a photographer, I might just be the one for you.


Snippets of me

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I am part of Singapore’s General Assembly Workshop Instructor and I immensely enjoy the work I do there. If you are looking to sharpen or improve skills, I highly recommend that you take a look at GA.

I also lecture in Republic Polytechnic’s School of Technology For The Arts where I lecture on Photography and Interactive Media and Content Development.


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I am part of the team on Stork’s Nest Singapore and Stork’s Nest Global, a Facebook premium subscription group for the modern parent.

If you are a parent yourself and looking for evidence-based scientific information, look no more. At a monthly subscription of USD4.99, you get curated content at the tip of your fingers and the convenience of your phone as well as interaction with leading experts in various field.

Check out some teasers here on Stork’s Nest Global Page.


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In my spare time, whatever that I can get my hands on, I run 5km at least 3x a week and aim to go for as many Muay Thai classes as possible. I love martial arts, specifically Muay Thai. I even did an 8 days Muay Thai bootcamp in Phuket’s Tiger Muay Thai to further hone my skills.

To me, it’s incredibly important to exercise self-care especially when we become mothers. As moms, we are constantly asked to put needs of others before our own and I think it’s time that is being reconsidered.

When we put ourselves first, when WE MATTER, we are able to be better parents and a better version of ourselves. This is why I encourage many parents to never forget self-care.