The first time I picked up a camera…

I was heading to Portugal. It was the second time I had ever been overseas for a gymnastics competition, talk about exciting. That trip, along with a trip to Argentina the year before sparked a series of competitions that took me all around the world during my last two years of high school. In retrospect, I probably would have hashtagged my high school career as #humblebrag (yes I just did that). One week in physics class, the next in Portugal. One week in biology, the next in Japan. You get the idea. Continue reading

little moments

My mom along with many other members of the Thai community here in Edmonton put together a hall party to celebrate Songkran (Thai New Year). I took so many photos of reps and dignitaries last night but these little snippets I’m posting are my favourites.
A super gorgeous fruit carving + little miss Liz in her Chinese dress + dancing through the tables + boys all grown up

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little moments

Have you ever had the realization that what’s missing from your life is a gif of your brother adding milk to black tea? No? Just me?
I truly do enjoy watching the milk swirl through the tea, turning that deep, deep black colour into a gorgeous shade of caramel. I think it’s one of life’s little pleasures even though most of the populace would disagree. But I’m weird like that.

a boy and his cabinet

books + woodworking + coffee
These three things besides fine cashmere goods are what make the man. Ty needed some help putting a portfolio together for school and I did my best to facilitate that.
The more I learn about photography, the more I realize the learning curve is hella steep. It’s frustrating when what’s in front of me and what’s in my mind’s eye don’t match up. But I’m learning.
(here are some snippets from the weekend)

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