One of my friends just sent me this hilarious piece on one bright college student's take on What is Hell All About! Enjoy.... HELL EXPLAINED BY CHEMISTRY STUDENTShareThe following is an actual question given on a University of Washington chemistry mid term.
The answer by one student was so "profound" that the professor shared it with colleagues, via the Internet, which is, of course, why we now have the pleasure of enjoying it as well :...Read more
As always, I've had an awesome week chilling in Bali with the family. The weather was stunning, and it's actually a lot less humid than Singapore. Our dear friend B built a beautiful villa in Bali so we're really lucky to stay here when we do shoot off to this beautiful island. I came to Bali for the very first time in 2002, and the place has really developed and moderniz...Read more
Just this past April 22 was Earth Day 2009, and I did my part to appreciate the Earth's environment with planting a new tree at Pasir Ris Park. I've always been a big believer to "Go Green" and do what we can to preserve the environment so this was a meaningful event sponsored by Origins. Actually, I was expecting to do some major shoveling and digging, but the "h...Read more
With my face mostly back in place, it was time to meet the masses once again. This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Taylor University's Mass Colympics in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. The event was organized by their School of Communications, and I had a great time meeting with the students and lecturers.
Quite honestly, it's been a...Read more
So the new touchscreen Blackberry Storm officially hit the shores of Singapore last week. I had a great time with the usual suspects partying it up and celebrating the occasion. These people include Rebecca Tan, Li Lin, and Irene Ang. David Furman-Lim from Singapore's FHM magazine also flashed has favorite Blue Steel look for the photographers...
I'd like to thank everyone for all their well wishes and helpful advice with regards to my "little (big) friend" on my mug recently. Luckily, the "hole" is gone, and I can work again without having to use the props like I recently did for this shoot for DA MAN men's fashion magazine...
2009 has been a most interesting year for me and probably most artists ...Read more
About a month and a half ago, I got this growth on my face that I presumed was just any ordinary zit. And just like any usual one, I started to squeeze it...which turned out to be a Big No No. In fact, I even sported some Band Aids to cover it for various media engagements. You might have noticed one of them at the topless carwash I was involved with...
So how did Singapore's first topless car wash go down in the end for me? Unfortunately, I wasn't able to take any pictures myself. However, I was able to get my hands on a slew of shots thanks to Rick Lee Photography so here we go! After I arrived at the event held in the Dempsey Hill parking lot, I was starting to having some reservations about "doi...Read more
When my photographer/law professor friend David Tan asked me if I'd be willing to do a feature shoot for this men's fashion magazine called DA MAN, I knew I had to do it. With a publication name like that, I just knew I had to get in there...literally! It's been a while since I did any fashion spreads so it was nice to work on this one with someone I've known ever since my arrival in Singapore. Usually, these magazine editorials can take a long time, especially if you're a female who's got a lot of makeup and d...Read more
This past weekend, Carl's Jr hosted an event with Bang & Olufsen to introduce their new 100% Black Angus beef hamburger. It's probably not a big deal to all of you still living back in the States, but the sight of the Famous Star almost five years ago here in Singapore was literally mouthwatering. I was on lunch break from shooting a Chinese television dr...Read more
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