I’m trying to do regular blog updates and consider what a gigantic backlog of photos and stories I have, I’m having this weekly feature called #WayBackWhensday… on Wednesdays in which I’ll post photos and things that happened sometime ago. So enjoy, and expect to see things from bajillion years ago because I’m a terribly lazy
I took a quick trip to New York City last Friday with my friends Arthur and Allan. Get this — we were only there for the day. I have been planning this trip in my head since the brilliant and talented Alice X. Zhang announced her solo show in January… probably? I love her art
I love Toronto. I have been living here for almost 7 years now, but I think the love affair started when I was in high school and started going to shows. Going to a venue for the first time requires preparation, trekking there via the unfamiliar subway, and hoping that I don’t get lost and
Because of school and other obligations, I haven’t been able to shoot concerts for sometime now. So obviously I had to hit one up as soon as my exams are over! There was this one night when Anberlin’s A Day Late was randomly stuck in my head — I’m not a big Anberlin fan —
Last Tuesday was the opening reception for Analogue Gallery Sound Image 2013 contest & exhibition. There were so many people and it was great to finally meet some Toronto photographers who I have been stalking whose work I have been following and seen around on the Interwebz (Jess Baumung! Vanessa Heins! Courtney Lee Yip!) The
Truth be told, I’m a huge procrastinator — definitely not a good trait and I’m still working on it every day. Sometimes when it comes to creative work you really need to set a deadline for yourself and stick to it, or it will just end up in the back of the hard drive somewhere
“Walk with me” is a phrase I imagine using, you know, as if I have something important to say to another person that couldn’t wait so we have to do the “walk and talk” thing like they do on Suits. Anyway, the urgency this title inspires has nothing to do with the post except I
You know how here are people who could just say, “I’m bored, leave me asks!” and then their Formspring/Tumblr ask boxes would be filled with questions within minutes? That’s never me. But that’s because I don’t like to ask for attention outright like that, but always thinking to myself “Ask me ask me I know
I have been a pretty big fan of NBC’s reality singing competition The Voice since the first season, but because of school work and other things I haven’t been able to keep up with the show as much as I’d like. The best part about watching the show is seeing artists that I had seen
Last Tuesday, the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (where I’m interning) threw a TIFF (that’s Toronto International Film Festival) Reception for filmmakers and industry people at Dazzling. Annnnd I took some photos for the event. Here are some of my favourite ones, you can see more here.
Every year, I take a photo as I’m leaving Warped Tour, and then I wait for next year.
It’s my fourth year shooting Warped Tour and also my fourth time shooting All Time Low (also realized I hadn’t seen them for two years until now). It’s always a fun challenge to shoot All Time Low because they are so energetic. But their photo pit is almost always crowded, and we are at Warped
During my internship at Time Out Hong Kong, I got to shoot some behind the scenes photos of Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-Fai at the photoshoot + interview session! Click here for more photos and read the interview here
Like I mentioned last time, I spent some time creeping on Carmen Chan while she was shooting. The guy she was photographing is actually 17!!! FYI the man in blue is Alan See from Hong Kong menswear clothier The Armoury (which I only found out because I follow Carmen’s photography, if y’all are wondering how
Quick post with photos taken from my iPhone using Hipstamatic and Instagram from today’s annual 7/1 protest in Hong Kong. For those who never need to know or had the chance to know about this ex-British colony that I was born and raised in, here’s some basic info: Hong Kong was a British colony from