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I frequently get asked if I am a full-time professional photographer and why did I chose this profession.
I am a professional photographer who juggles lecturing, consulting, instructing and parenthood. Most of my photo shoots are held over the weekend unless it’s for a professional headshot, where it’s mostly done on the week day.
I chose to take on a photography class in high school and I immensely enjoyed it. According to my former lecturer turned friend, Justyn Olby, I had ‘The Eye’.
I am used to a Canon system but picked up a Sony full-frame instead as it was such a lightweight yet powerful workhorse. My very first subject was my child before I moved on to working with my beautiful families featured on my website.
I am passionate about light, capturing emotions, genuine interactions and real and honest feelings. It is increasingly important 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.
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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.
At the same time, I also lecture at the local polytechnic here in Singapore.
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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.