Our studio recently photographed the cover and immediate inside pages of the 2018 Temasek International Foundation Annual Report. We worked with some of the brightest minds from all over Asia who were patient enough with us as we created a vision in line with the title of the book, ‘Future Forward’. Big thanks to Caroline, Junming, Shu Yun from Sunda Press and Paolo from Parabole.
Youths from Asia gather at The Hanger, National University of Singapore, to learn more about entrepreneurship. Temasek Foundation International supports such programmes to encourage social and cultural interactions among youths in the region.
From Left to Right:
Muhammad Rais Syahmi bin Nor Azli, 21, Malaysia. Major: Engineering. Aspiration: To develop international engineering business.
Made Ariya Sanjaya, 28, Indonesia. Major: Information Technology. Aspiration: To be a successful entrepreneur in technology.
Tan Jo Yi, 22, Malaysia. Major: Computer Science. Aspiration: To be an entrepreneur.
Hana Farhana Hj Md Som, 22, Brunei. Major: Human geography and development. Aspiration: To be a diplomat.
Patthalakon Pravesthongsopon, 22, Thailand. Major: International relations. Aspiration: To make a positive change in society.
Cintya Nursyifa J S, 22, Indonesia. Major: Biological Engineering. Aspiration: To be a green sociopreneur.
Horm Chhlorleang, 22, Cambodia. Major: Civil Engineering. Aspiration: To be an entrepreneur.
Safreen Banu d/o Wahid Ali, 21, Singapore. Major: Communications and new media design. Aspiration: To be an entrepreneur.
We were recently commissioned by Viator, a company that links tourist to a plethora of tour options and experiences, to photograph four different tours in Singapore. For that week, we became strangers in our city and opened our eyes to what Singapore can offer to tourists from around the world.
After a month into 2019 (yes it is February already), Zainal & Zainal looks back at 2018 and the assignments/projects that left a deep impression at our studio. May February be the month you kickstart your year because we expect too much from January. A post like this gives us a chance to express our gratitude for another year of making images and telling stories that matter. As always, we would love to hear from you.Read More