architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

Ultra

One thing you may not know about me is that I am a film addict. You find me watching anything futuristic, mystery, fantasy action and so much more. I am one of those really annoying individuals that have had Netflix years before it became popular and one of those that watch series and movies as […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

Braving the storm

I am the most boring person that I know. However, when it comes to my work, the moodier the better. This day started like any other. When I go out to capture images, the first thing I do is check the weather. The weather truly dictates what the end result would be. I am not […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Cityscape, Photography

Simplifying everything

While looking through past work from 2018 and 2017, Ive realised that my work has changed considerably. I’ve often wondered what’s the reason behind it? The more I look my current work, the more I realised that I has simplified over time. Not because, I do not want to tackle complex images but it is […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

Overture

I’ve always found it hard to say why each image that I create looks and feel a certain way. But when it is reviewed by another photographer and he describes as though he pulled the word straight out on mind, I just had to share it. It is truly flattering to read the below comment […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, film, Photography

For the love of 35mm

Lately, I’ve loving using my 35mm camera. On a recent holiday, I was surprised to use it a lot more than my digital camera. I love working at the slower pace and also not knowing what I’ve captured. I am currently working towards developing my own rolls too. Chemicals and tanks have all been delivered, […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

Art Brut – Brutalist architecture

Bold, brash and right in your face, are a few of the terms that come to mind when brutalist architecture is mentioned to me. The finest example being the Barbican estate along with the National Theatre. Those fine example to London’s architecture that you are unlikely to forget once seen. Brutalism’s etymology actually lies in […]

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