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 [...]
When we first start our photography journey, we start just like everybody else. What fuels us during those humble beginning is the curiosity to learn and the passion to create. What do we really like about photography? Whether it is the click of the shutter, the perfect light, the story or simply expressing ourselves, there's [...]
The full Variations series is finally completed. This series is something that started totally accidentally. From time to time, I set myself assignments is order to hone my composition skills. My aim for this exercise was to create variations from the same subject. Halfway through the exercise, I realised that this is very similar to [...]
I've recently started to read a photographer named Eric Kim's blog and I came across one of his articles on why we photograph? Eric mentioned that "Photography is a meditation on mortality. Whoever we photograph will eventually die. And we will eventually die. We seek immortality through making photos." This got me thinking on whether it [...]
What I like about cities and architecture is the stories they tell. All those years standing, housing many people, many cultures etc... All those untold stories I wish that I knew...