A warm welcome. I am a Street Photographer based in Singapore since 2010. Over the last 30 years, I had the opportunity to travel and photograph many places from the streets in London, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Morocco to the Yali People tribes of West Papua  and recently North Korea.

In the early days, I focused on landscape photography as I was captivated by the beauty of landscapes. In recent years, street photography has become my art as it enables me to capture the world around me candidly, without constraints. 

For me, photography is a way to express my emotions and share my view of the world as a simple witness.

I regularly publish my photographs on my Instagram feed and my Facebook page One Eye Sees, The Other Feels.

You can also buy my Books or any individual prints.

Do not hesitate to contact me, I will be happy to answer your questions.

Recognition and Events

Exhibition North Korean Interlude


If you are curious, please come see my exhibition on North Korea at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore starting October 1st until December 5th 2021.

I will be there in person 9, 23 and 30 October from 2pm till 4:45pm.

I will be more than happy to tell and show you more. 

You can always see the photographs of my two journeys in North Korea here and here in 2019.


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North Korean Interlude

I had the pleasure to be invited by Leica in Singapore to present the photography and some stories associated with my two trips to North Korea in 2019. 

If you keen to replay it, please click here, and enjoy the show.


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Canon Editor's choice - In July 2009, I was honoured that my photograph on the right was one of the 40 selected by Magdalena Herrera for Canon Professional Editor’s Choice among 4000+. Here is what she had to say on my photograph: 

“This image is a funny one I would say and I really enjoyed looking at it It is like coming from a movie. This man with a hat in an empty town where there is no human beside him is very good. Everything, the direction, his way of walking and then the mountains and clouds beside. It is a very photogenic situation, it is like yeah a movie”.

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Asia Geographic Magazines

In March 2020, I had my first photographic essay in Asian Geographic on Entering the Yali Tribe following my trip to West Papua, Indonesia in November 2016.


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Join me on a trip to the DPRK or North Korea, where I will be discussing some photographs I took in my last 2 trips.

If you missed it, you can watch it here.

Some photographs can be seen here DPRK - North Korea  and here DPRK - So Long Pyongyang.

From 1992, I started taking photographs in Asia. I always loved discover new places and bring back portraits of people I have met on the way. Join me May 16 at 9pm SG

If you missed it, you can watch it here.

Some of my photographs from the on-going Asian Portraits series can be seen here.

Instagram is also another way to communicate my passion with photography and enjoy the work of others. I post there regularly. You can see my recents posts below and follow me if you feel like.

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