How did you get into photography?
I bought a camera in Malaysia, while on an exchange program, happy snaps turned into my job today.

You live in an alternate universe, what do you think the major cause of grey hair is?
Silver Foxes, literally.

What comes to mind when you hear, “we don’t have a budget but we can give you great exposure”?
Cool story bro.

Happiness is?
Mindfulness and enjoying the present.

Outside of photography, what else are you into?
I used to be heavily addicted to online gaming, can someone please suggest a healthy hobby?

If you went away unannounced, where would one find you?
Trolling the web.

Are you currently working on any photographic projects? Do you have any past projects? Which of your projects have been your favourite?
This question makes me want to start a project. I take photos of so many different things, but few with the end goal of ever being a part of a collective piece of work.

What gear have you relied on during your progression as a photographer?
A camera, a lens and a flash. To be honest the more I do this, the more I realise that gear means very little.
If you are still arguing about Canon vs Nikon you have missed the whole point of photography.

Do you have any dream collaborations?
I thought about this question for ages and left it for last. I don’t know if it’s a good or bad thing that I don’t have a dream collaboration.
I just take things as they come – “opportunity is like a snowflake” and all that jazz.

In your opinion, what makes a great photographer?
I don’t even know what criteria makes one a photographer these days, let alone a good one.
But I guess it’s key to just evoke some form of thought or emotion through your work (same goes for any art really).

Which local and international photographers inspire you?
@samlivm, @kelsertran and @comefeelme.

Where can we find more of your work?
Hit me up on Instagram because Facebook‘s algorithms are buggered.

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