Recently, I have been busy building a new portfolio site for my clients, and here it is, at lightsaucepictures. Periodically, I will return here to blog about more personal things and inspiration, while lightsaucepictures shall serve more as a platform to introduce my works to my new friends.
Great things have been happening, and I have been meeting and getting to know more interesting people. I just finished shooting a project with a new overseas friend, Ayden Férdeline, he writes some pretty quirky angles and it was an amazing experience working with him for his new project in Singapore. I hope to keep meeting great personalities like that, so here is to more.
Golam is heading home today.
Direction, photography and edit by Ng Yiqin
Beyond the border, behind the men is a project concerned with expanding the narrative of migrant workers in Singapore. We are namely
As a busy month rolls ahead, I want to be thankful for the opportunities shown thus far. This was taken last weekend on another photo walk along Little India. That place never fails to bring up some happy surprises.
Right after dinner, I dropped by the Workers’ Party rally held in my neighbourhood. Before the residents of Hougang go to the polls this Saturday, many Singaporeans came by for a last rally. The atmosphere was electric as the party leaders took their turn to address the crowds.
Just as it started to drizzle, I received an umbrella from a stranger who insisted that I take it.
Last Saturday evening was time well spent. Met up with Nic after a long while and we went trudging through the grass to a nice little spot near the beach. We had to endure some mosquito bites, but looking back now, I can say that it was all worth it.
The difference between an amateur and a master is consistency. That shall be my mantra for the days ahead.
-something I strive to do everyday