Choosing what to get inked is a somewhat brain-racking activity. Photographer Jacqueline Chang seeks to explore the bigger body of text and stories behind the literary tattoos of almost strangers in her brave and honest photo project.
People often seek to capture meandering landscapes, but photographer Akai Chew chooses to focus on what surrounds us: the city. As urbanites in our concrete jungle, his photos force us to pause and reflect on this city we call home.
What does traveling mean to you? Taking a look at Nguan's photographs, we seem to be brought to another place. One thing is for sure: we are placed firmly in the land of wide-eyed wonder, marveling at what the world is, and what it can be.
Morphing from a casual photographer to one that aims to meld visuals and music together, Jasper is today a passionate advocate of the local music scene, supporting it through doling out what he terms as the Vad Bibes.
Pure, surreal, calm, dreamy. These are words that attempt to express the je ne sais quoi quality of Jovian's photographs. From landscapes, fashion shoots, to cityscapes, Jovian's touch lends a distinctively ethereal quality to otherwise mundane scenes.
Light, symmetry and vibrancy, dancing together to create an image: that is what Esna finds so intellectually stimulating about photography. Inspired to capture such beauty and their stories, she prowls streets, dance halls, and even weddings to catch a magical shot.
They say the photographs you take are a reflection of your soul. In that case, Evelyn's pictures reveal her immense capacity to feel, and love intensely. Always on the search for poignant moments, she gathers these moments in her hands like fistfuls of stardust.
A dash of nostalgia makes her interpretation of a couple's love story come alive. Samantha's weekend project FEElim involves capturing relationships and their nuanced intricacies, be it platonic or otherwise, on film.
Nathaniel Leong's passion for photography proved to be more than a passing phase. He is constantly on the lookout to capture others at their most joyous moments, so that they do not remain as mere fleeting moments of beauty.