Into the Eye of a Spiritual Storm

Thaipusam is a time for penance, prayer and giving thanks for all that we have. A sacred Hindu festival, it is “celebrated mostly by the Tamil community on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai (January/February). It is mainly observed in countries where there is a significant presence of Tamil communities such as…

Army Green & Olive Fatigues

Every time I’ve found myself in Port Dickson, I have wanted to visit the Army Museum but it was always closed. Today on my way back to KL it was open and I just had to stop even if it was for just a few minutes to explore and view the exhibits.

Poetry in Motion

The searing heat from the midday sun beats down on their delicate yet strong tanned shoulders as they break a sweat lifting heavy loads all day long. Passed by unnoticed by people on the street, it appears as though they do not exist for the many who walk on without even batting an eyelid.

The Making of a Menu

Over the years I’ve done a fair number of food and beverage photo shoots and while my images end up on various platforms, online and offline, this was the first time I had an opportunity to provide creative input for the design of the restaurant menu itself. The brief changed several times throughout the design…