It was truly a momentous occasion in the history of Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL) as they have just hosted their very first Graduation Ceremony with more than 100 students! The day of recognition and release of one's potential to excel, traverse the career paths chosen and contend with life's obstacles has arrived.
After having seen how creative, talented, outgoing and at times, "crazy" students of MCKL can be in the recent Midsummer Masquerade dinner event, these students are definitely proven to take on the world when they graduate to greater heights.
After searching high and low for nearly a month, I was ecstatic at having being able to find a more than suitable location for MSD's "young active male" shoot in Taman Rimba Kiara Park in TTDI.
The concept of this shoot is a group of guys forming a "defense wall" jumping while bracing themselves for an impending impact of a fast moving ball. They would be grimacing as they hold on tightly to their crotches.
Just after dinner on a Sunday night at a friend's place, I had the rare opportunity of photographing a mutual friend, Jenny (not her real name) from abroad. Jenny is the epitome of freedom.
Jenny, who has been working in Malaysia for quite a while now, is a sweet, jovial, bubbly and always smiling girl.
I was over at a friend's place for dinner when I decided to take a couple of shots of her lovely kitchen. It was a really nice and cozy kitchen to kill for.
The kitchen was decently organized, functional and aesthetically pleasing. It does transport one's experience back to that of an old english cottage in the country side.
After a fantastic morning photo shoot with Yvonne the violinist for my personal musical project Wind Dance, I decided to do something a little different. Something a little atmospheric.
I took to the underground, to photograph a talented guitarist who runs a leading audio recording facility called The Ark Studios, in this 2-hour photo shoot on the 5th floor of a condominium car park.