My sister and I visited the city way back in 2013. It was a special trip for me, as it was the very first time that I had actually tried shooting with an actual, honest-to-goodness, proper camera (a Nokia 6610 makes for a poor DSLR, unfortunately). And what better place to explore the world ofContinue reading “Hong Kong: Urban Jungle”
The foliage of Eikando Temple is said to be most spectacular during Autumn. During the season, evening lights illuminate red leaves that stretch out towards the starry sky. I arrived there last year just as summer was ending; the scarlet hues that would eventually dominate Eikando’s foliage had not yet fully taken root. Still, theContinue reading “Zen in Eikando”
Personal illustration. A splash of color and motion in a tranquil oasis. An oversized dreamer brings their hands up to capture the fleeting moment.
I love creating simple and clear UI designs. One standout project for me was a set of mockup screens for Series Tree, a 2013 iOS mobile game where users suss out numerical patterns cleverly hidden in a treelike grid. There were a couple of draft designs that I really liked, but didn’t quite match theContinue reading “Series Tree”
Several years ago, I batched up this quick drawing for a freelance assignment for a book cover. I imagine them bumbling their way against eldritch abominations, ghostly apparitions, and the occasional burnt eyebrow.
I was incredibly lucky to have the chance to visit the Grand Canyon National Park. I wish I had a more advanced camera to capture all of its detail and color, but I am grateful for this rare chance to capture the awe-inspiring depth and scale of nature.
A personal illustration I made. I imagined an aging sorceress, come to sell her soul to the spirits of the forest and the earth in exchange for a boon. The reflection that taunts at her are the spirits wearing her once-beautiful face.
Hello! If you’ve stumbled upon this site, hello and welcome. This is a casual blog slash mini-portfolio of my illustrations, animations, and photography. The funny thing about this site is that it’s actually, secretly, 8 years old already. Deep within the bowels of the Media Library are dozens of old files and images from collegeContinue reading “A new beginning”