I love colour.
Whether I am looking at graffiti-laden walls, busy textiles, bright flora or fluorescent marine life, it’s my natural affinity to pick up my camera and aim it at vibrant colours.
One of the most bustling, boldly-coloured areas of Singapore is the historical Clarke Quay. Named after Singapore’s second governor, Sir Andrew Clarke, this riverside quay is not home to a fair number of restaurants and bars. The magnetic colours and the cool vibe of this places attracts an unhealthy number of tourists, like myself.
Check it out through my lens: