Monthly Archives: July 2010

C X Lewis – Illustrator moving at the speed of light

Lewis is a talented illustrator with a passion for comics and animation. I’ve recently started to collaborate with him for my short film project which is to be done in the style of a animated graphic novel, this guy is … Continue reading

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Val Senan – Actor and parkour extraordinaire

Check this out: http://valsennan.wordpress.com/ Val Senan has been one of my closest friends for a long time. A mentor and friend as well as a partner in crime be it when we’re out or when we’re working as a team, … Continue reading

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Action Film Artistes

Check this site out: http://actionfilmartistes.wordpress.com/ I’ve been working with these guys and had helped them with their portraits as well as videography on certain projects (check out the trailer for the feature film Monique that I’ll be posting up when … Continue reading

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Serge and Manut – Photoshoot in St James Powerstation

Val had two friends from France over to Singapore to visit. Gifted athletes and great dancers, I did a photo shoot of them. We had access to St James Powerstation early on in the day and parts of Sentosa so … Continue reading

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Kataragama – Culture shock is a short drive away

In the time I was in Sri Lanka, we went down to Kataragama, which was the spiritual center of the country. It was a place where many paid homage, and temples were abound, not just Buddhist temples, but Hindu temples … Continue reading

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Sarungal – About Monks and Orphans

Late last year I went down to Sri Lanka on a humanitarian trip to raise awareness regarding poverty in the region. I stayed in a Buddhist temple with my host, Reverend Mithabani. One week of vegetarian food, one week of … Continue reading

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Anzac Day

On April 25th, 1915, the 2nd battalion Royal Marines on board the SS RIVER CLYDE were involved in the battle of Gallipoli. George Jaffrey was one of 6 men who landed on the beach without a scratch – he was … Continue reading

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