Jon & Roy

This is (I believe) my 14th time taking photos of JON & ROY. You can imagine my joy when they played a SOLD OUT show at the Commodore Ballroom! Which is like, a pretty big deal!

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I cannot even begin to tell you how much of a fan I am of DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL. Continue reading


This is the first time I saw THE ELWINS perform – the first song I ever listened from them was probably “Stuck in the Middle” which was probably back in 2011/12? Continue reading

Day 7 – Hong Kong

Today, I decided to forgo my usual vlogging camera and just stayed with GoPro.

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Day 5 – Hong Kong

Today was a very adventurous day.

My cousin Jeff essentially became our tour guide for most of this trip and I can’t thank him enough for his patience! He took us to the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. We took the scenic route where we climbed up some steep hills to get there but it was still a lot of fun when you’re adventuring with cousins you haven’t seen in a few years.

Afterwards, we went and explored “old Hong Kong” alleyways – LOTS of downhill stairs – much to my cousin Peter’s “enjoyment”. I’m just thankful my knee didn’t give out during that whole time! Continue reading

DAY 4 – Hong Kong

Today I decided to join my parents, older sister, brother-in-law, and nephew — and i’m returning to the place where I got lost as a child….OCEAN PARK!

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Today is a bittersweet day. It is the last FILMING DAY of 13 Miles! I have literally been apart of this project for a year (I think?). And what better way to celebrate the last day then to have our biggest crew gathering ever. With a special appearance of SNOW!

Thanks Anthony and Helena from Habethy Film for having me along on this special journey! I learnt a lot! And MET a lot of wonderful people out of it.

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It’s been nearly ONE WHOLE YEAR since I may have shot a live show!

After taking photos of incredible artists for 5 or 6 years straight –  I needed a break. I guess like most creatives a break is sometimes necessary to rediscover what you like again and if I should even continue doing photography or explore other medias. I was a little bit burnt out, to be honest.

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