I bought my first own digital camera in 2006 just before Chinese New year that year. It was just a point and shoot camera but oh what a lovely camera the Canon Powershot a620 was. The timing had also been to coincide with the Thaipusam celebrations that year.
So I have been documenting the festival that has been part of my life since perhaps from a year old. A festival very much a part of me and one I don’t seem to tire off.
Every year I try to see the festival in a fresher approach and I think I have managed to showcase that.
This year once again I had the honour to take renowned photographer Joe Mcnally, his assistant Drew Gurian as well as photographers, Daniel Capobianco and Michael Greenberg. I also got to take and meet my fellow flickr photographer Dink from Germany. As you can imagine I’ve been super excited and so pumped up, i’m still writing this eventhough i’ve been awake since 2 in the morning!
Thanks to the lovely souls and friends who continue to keep me in mind when opportunity comes crashing on our front doors. Its been a second round of fun and awesome shooting ;)
Meeting Jee in 2010
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