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The ink master with a two-year waitlist

The ink master with a two-year waitlist

If you’re looking to get a tattoo of ink master Joey Pang, you’ll have to wait two years! 

Pang’s signature ‘Chinese calligraphy’ style is a work of art in every sense of the word.  

“Every tattoo for me is an artwork,” says Pang, who often spends months working with a client before putting any ink onto skin.  

And just like the tattoos she designs, art has always been a permanent fixture throughout Pang’s life.          

Thu, 06/22/2017 - 14:51
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Jen Szeto: The blogger... without the blog!

Jen Szeto: The blogger... without the blog!

Name a big tech company and chances are Jen Szeto has worked with them. Google. Facebook. Instagram. The San Francisco native is responsible for making sure some our most loved advertisements go from an idea into your living room screens.  

“I am a commercial producer and I work in the advertising and production industry. I oversee clients and creative teams and making sure projects are delivered on time and they would be broadcast on television and web.” 

Wed, 06/14/2017 - 11:33
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Melanie Tjoeng: One of the top 50 photographers to follow in America

Melanie Tjoeng: One of the top 50 photographers to follow in America

Touted by TIME Magazine as one of the top 50 photographers to follow in America, Melanie Tjoeng’s star is on the rise. 

The talented creative has lived in Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Hawaii – and with such a rich cultural heritage, she hopes to reflect those experiences through her work.  

“I was born in Brisbane, but I grew up on the Gold Coast. I’d frequently travel between Papua New Guinea and Australia. My dad grew up in Papua New Guinea, and my grandparents had started their own company that went national over there.”  

Thu, 06/08/2017 - 15:04
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New Orleans through the lens of Claire Bangser

New Orleans through the lens of Claire Bangser

Everybody has their own story, and New Orleans-based photographer Claire Bangser is interested in all of them.   

Driven by curiosity, and inspired by the colourful characters she’s come across in her city, Claire would make up stories in her head about what goes on in the lives of people around her as she walked down the street – and a few years ago, she decided to meet these people and share their stories with the world. 

Thu, 06/08/2017 - 14:38
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Meet Singapore's first female race car driver

Meet Singapore's first female race car driver

In a male dominated sport, Claire Jedrek is a sight for sore eyes.  

As Singapore’s first female race car driver, the multitalented sportsperson has never been too far from the tarmac, working as a sports presenter before getting behind the wheel herself.  

“Presenting is something I’ve done for the last ten years. I shifted my focus from sports to automotive, and that’s what I’m known for. I’ve hosted for Red Bull since 2009, and I’ve also done presenting for the F1 and the national Go Kart series in Singapore.” 

Wed, 06/07/2017 - 12:14
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