On 8th October 2010, I was photo-documenting the opening Narratives of the East by Zheng Yu Kui and Song Xiao Ling at Mulan Gallery, Singapore. Everyone was amazed by the quality of the ceramics created by the couple-artists from China. I would put it as “Family Oriented Artwork”, whereby family values & aesthetics were considered and included into the art making. Beautiful works! All the best to Yu Kui & Xiao Ling.


Excited guests keep streaming in


Xiao Ling smiling at the wonderful comments she received.


Yu Kui was saying “Hey! look at that handsome photographer!” 😉


“Wah… this is a must get!”


Autographing session.


From Left to Right: Xiao Ling (Artist), Patricia (Gallery Director), Francis and Yu Kui (Artist).

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Happy 1st Birthday Brayan! Brayan, son of my 2008 wedding clients, Nick & Jane. Again, i’m going to repeat this, “TIME FLIES!” And Wow! On 18 September 2010, i was actually photographing Brayan’s 1st birthday! This little boy is so cool, he doesn’t smile, and keeps clam even when balloon bursts! I’m so glad to see my clients again and their new little member 😉 All the best Brayan!


Brayan enjoying being powdered 😀


Mummy & Brayan having fun with balloons


Grandpapa giving Brayan a birthday kiss. So sweet!


The birthday cake hungry boy.


It’s granny’s birthday too!


“It’s a purple elephant!”


Hi-5!

Times really flies, and it’s already almost 4 months from the day i photo-documented Terasaki Family Walk event on 10 July 2010. It was a day of family bonding and eco-lifestyle. Everyone was happy, so were the kids and monkey roaming around from Hort Park to Henderson Wave 🙂 It was really a great event!


This little one was ready to jump onto my camera!


Everyone loves monkey… i think almost everyone 😛


No.1 girl to walk uphill… Gosh! Kids are really full of energy!


Boys will be boys… no games no gain…


“where’s my prize?” asked the little girl


Adorable little japanese boy


At last, saying goodbye to everyone 🙂

Special thanks to Ardilles for the recommendation

On 22 September 2010, I photo-documented the opening of 2nd France + Singapore New Generation Artists 2010 (FSNGA) Finalist Exhibition at Alliance Française de Singapour. The new generation French and Singapore artists, namely, Fanise Clara, Thomas Kimmerlin and Fabienne Tsaoussis from France, and Ashley Yeo, Simond Chew, Sebastian-Mary Tay Jiun Lin, Shing Ming, Ho Leng, Michael Gabriel Goh and Dina Razak from Singapore.

I am very happy to witness Michael Gabriel who was my student at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts crowned Winner for FSNGA2010. Congrats Michael!


Welcome Yves Corbel, The New Executive Director of Alliance Française de Singapour


Kwok Kian Chow & Yves Corbel congratulating.


That’s the Winner Michael, receiving a warm hug from Jiun Lin

On 23 April 2010, Hii Shiew Eng, a fresh BA(Hons) grad from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts held her 1st solo exhibition, Masquerade at Mulan Gallery. Congrats to Shiew Eng and all the best for your future endeavors. I’m also delighted to be your 1st solo exhibition photographer 😀


That’s Shiew Eng & her art patron 🙂


Point here…


Point there…

I think if you have been looking at the next few blog postings, you will noticed that all the events are around april and only posted 5 months later in September… Oh well ^.^U hey, i’m a busy busy person 😛

Kaleidoscope- A Reminiscence of Art Deco was an art deco furniture exhibition at Alliance Française Art Gallery on 27 April 2010. All the furniture exhibited are of authentic collection and all were well maintained. I wished i could own a few pieces of the furniture on show as they are really a work of art and a timeless collection.


I love that white sofa!


Mr Michael Ong happy with the works on exhibit

Black White Blinds had a special 2 days opening on 6 & 7 April 2010 at Alliance Française Art Gallery. Didier Bayle painted watercolour paintings of Singapore’s old colonial black & white houses, it’s rare now a days to see people still using watercolour as a medium in Singapore. Thumbs up to Didier Bayle for his beautiful portrayal of Singapore.


Didier Bayle and his speech


Didier Bayle giving art tour around the gallery


“mummy, don’t drool over the paintings~”