OnePointSix Fall 2014 Launch Party

posted on: Saturday, November 1, 2014

See more images from the event here on OnePointSix

Korean Beauty Looks

posted on: Monday, October 13, 2014

Korean Beauty story with SokoGlam for Mochi Magazine

Model: Cynthia Zhang
Makeup by Charlotte Cho and Diana Xiao

Modern Rustic Attic Home Office

posted on: Tuesday, October 7, 2014

For people that work at home, finding a quiet, well-lit, peaceful space to retreat to is a necessity. I recently moved into an apartment that practically gets no sunlight throughout the day and got envious when I came across these photographs I took earlier in the year at a home in Greenwich, CT. You can never go wrong with bringing a little of the outdoors inside.

The Union | Williamsburg, NY

posted on: Saturday, October 4, 2014

It is always a pleasure photographing the work of my dear friend and talented interior designer Diana Mui. We managed to squeeze in one last interiors shoot at the end of August before officially calling summer as over. There was a bit of a love affair with the color blue everywhere inside this luxurious and chic apartment, but the beach and tropical weather lover in me didn't mind it at all.

Perfect Reading Corner

posted on: Saturday, July 19, 2014

Lazy summer afternoons and books are always a perfect match.

One Columbus Place | New York

posted on: Thursday, January 9, 2014

On the day of this shoot, I was mentally preparing myself for a rainstorm that was suppose to happen as I arrive to this Columbus Circle apartment. Luckily, the majority of the morning was mostly gray and I had shot most of the interiors by the time the heavy rain clouds came rolling into the city. Diana had installed a pair of beautiful CB2 pendant lamps in the master bedroom and it was the perfect kind of day for us to turn them on for the shoot. 

These photos were also taken with a new lens I gifted myself over the holidays (or as I like to call it more, an "investment") - the Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L II. To me, the beauty of this lens is that it slows down my work pace. The lens mimics the movements of a large-format camera, which is another reason why I'm a fan of it. I am way less trigger-happy on my dslr and although setting up a shot takes a bit longer, the photos come out better and the way I intended it to look. This baby is worth every pretty penny.

Gyu-Kaku Menu Shoot

posted on: Sunday, January 5, 2014

Here's a peek at a few of my favorite menu items I had the pleasure of taking for Gyu-Kaku, a Japanese BBQ restaurant. It felt so good ending 2013 with both a food and interior shoot (post on that coming soon!) and I can't wait to see what exciting work 2014 will bring.
I suppose I should also say that I'm going to try my hardest to update this blog more. To show more food, more interiors, and more inspiration and love for what I do.

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