All posts tagged: photography
Summer of 22/35mm
Memories of a summer in film. Montreal/London/Provence…blessed.
Portraits of Cléa on 120 film
These photos were taken with my Rolleiflex, an old camera that dates from the 1950s. It is a fiddly and unpredictable machine, beautiful in its complexity and magic. How fitting, then, that these photos were taken at Raffles, Singapore, a place filled with grace, age […]
Capturing the light: France in 35mm
The winter light in the South of France is hard to grasp, hard to explain and hard to capture. I think film comes close; as the shutter clicks something is immortalized and the light is fixed both in my mind and on the negative. These […]
What a gift it is to photograph a woman that you know well. I wanted to capture the essence of who she is, behind the mask we all wear. No make up. Minimal clothes. Honest, bare and true.
Who would have thought that a year after creating still lifes in lockdown, those very same photographs would be hanging on a wall of a delightful space in Singapore? I am so proud that these photographs, that are a ‘gift of covid’, a testament to […]
New Art: Seeing Singapore in multiple ways.
These multiple exposures were intentional. Shot on film, I crafted the back drop, noted down the subject of the exposures and then rewound the film to reshoot, this time inspired by an idea of contrasts and juxtaposition. These photos play with our perception, confusing our […]
Serendipity in 35mm
These double (and triple) exposures are proof that magic exists. Sometimes when you least expect it, you open the door and find that the richness of life lies behind what we actually see. These photos were taken on the same roll of film one and […]
Still life in 35mm
Working in film is its own kind of magic. These are unedited, very special, one off pieces that capture the moment as is.