This past December, Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA), "a collective of photographers" dedicated to "street photography and visual journalism in Asia", published an "Invisible Portrait" (a self-portrait) and a photo essay of my Geylang reportage on their website. I am extremely proud to have my work featured on IPA alongside such talented Asian photographers as Stefen Chow, Masaru Goto and Ying Tang.
Shortly after my imagery appeared on IPA, Kevin WY Lee -- one of the founders of IPA, as well as a documentary and street photographer himself -- asked me to contribute an "Invisible Interview" to the site.
I gladly obliged, and set about answering his thoughtful and probing questions, which ranged from my personal photographic philosophy, to how I find balance between creating personal, editorial and commercial photography, to (most interestingly) what year in the past or future would I choose to visit and document with my camera?
The full "Invisible Interview" that I contributed, along with a collection of more than 20 of my photographs, can be found online at IPA here. And definitely add Invisible Photographer Asia to your RSS feeds; stunning new documentary and street imagery from photographers across Asia is added nearly every day.