May 21, 2015
I’ve just returned to London after spending almost a month in Hong Kong, catching up with friends, meeting PRs, riding my bike in my home town in Tai Po, shooting with clients, and busy complaining about how hot and humid in Hong Kong really is! Afterall, I’m really impressed how tanned I really am, tanned with a golden glow of latte. To celebrate the arrival of spring in London (still freezing as it has always been since I left London in mid-April), I’m wearing a floral print tunic top, paired with ripped, boyfriend jeans both from ASOS, pastel pink court shoes from LK Bennett, sunglasses from Topshop, cap from Urban Out...
April 25, 2015
Mmmmmm, yes food! Just a quick note… If you’re into Nikkei cuisine (Japanese and Peruvian), Chotto Matte in London Soho is the sort of restaurant and bar you must visit, opened by Kurt Zadesar in September 2013, the man who brought Nobu to London. The kitchen is managed by executive chef Jordan Sclare (formerly at Kyoto and Nobu) and head chef Michael Paul, it is the cuisine you’ll enjoy and the mixed-fusion flavour will erupt your taste palette. Serving a mix of sushi, ceviche, tempura, yakitori, zingy-chilli sauce, purple potatos, and many more. With live music, the atmosphere, the service and great food leaves you w...
I love visiting Kew Gardens every spring season particularly the conservatories and glasshouses. Kew Gardens is one of the most spectacular English gardens, and is a World Heritage Site spanning 300 acres with 30,000 species of plants. As the weather is getting warmer towards summer, it is perfect timing to pay a visit the garden and the conservatories, and glasshouses. The stunning Victorian structures houses many tropical living plant collections from cacti, orchids, palm trees and many others, the climate-controlled conservatories feels like you’re in the a tropical jungle without the hassle being bitten by mosquitos an...
April 18, 2015
Last year I had the privileged to photograph the darling of all hearts, the luxury handbag designer Lulu Guinness for her partnership with National Aids Trust 2014. Lulu designed a limited edition NAT red ribbon brooch to help raise awareness about the real facts of Aids and HIV. It was a very quick portrait shoot like all designers and creative professionals, Lulu was a very busy person so we had 5 minutes to spare to get the shots right for the official portrait for NAT’s press release. In the end we got what we wanted and I pleased to share the photo with you. Photography by Kit Lee.
April 7, 2015
Middle East has been on my bucket list for quite some time and it has started to rank up from bottom to my top 5 must place to visit, all thanks to Instagram and Pinterest I was able to gain insight to these unfamiliar conservative territory, I’m receptive to new and different ideas, broaden my horizon and enrich my knowledge as well as to open new opportunity in cultural experience. I’ve been eyeing on places like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Jordan, Bahrain and the likes. A window of opportunity awaits me. I had the privilege to visit Doha as guest of Ali Bin Ali Group for their unveiling of Katara Plaza. A 6 hour flight from...