As I’ve mentioned previously, I’ve just finished a summer internship with local multi-label boutique, Moxie. I got to work with the founder, Cheryl, as well as the wonderful team. I had a really fun time and I was glad to have the opportunity to flex my writing and photography skills, which I’ve not done in a long time through internships. (In the case of photography, this was my first time doing real campaign and studio shoots!) Continue reading
hey hey! I’m back – fresh off the back of another internship, this time at Moxie. I’ll post up some of the articles I did for them, and you can check out the photography work I did in my portfolio. For now, time to jump into this episode’s installment of souvenir snaps ❣️
So that’s it for the Avengers Exhibition portion of this evening! I’ve got just a few more snaps to leave as a parting gift…
That’s all from me for now! See ya on the flip side.
I’m slowly getting low-key addicted to disposable film photography. I know it’s probably just a phase, but there’s something amazing about having these memories immortalised.
this roll documents my 22nd birthday and Valentine’s Day, surpassing the one-year mark of the first time I got a film camera!
the next time I bought a film camera was almost six months later, in December. I bought it with my colleague at the time, PQ, who was a film photography enthusiast and one of the people I grew a bit closer to in the office during my internship there.
this roll documents various parties that took place over the course of the festive season – I met many new people and spent a lot of time with family and loved ones.
hi, I’m back! been playing around with disposable film cameras as a hobby, and it’s recently passed the one-year mark, so I decided I’d document them here.
the first film camera was a gift from my boyfriend for Valentine’s Day, and I used it to document the next few months, including my 21st birthday celebration.