Chinese current affairs producer Tiffany Goh (CS’16) knew little to nothing about Serangoon Gardens when she first started working on the documentary about French expatriate families. But after two weeks of exploring the area and another two of filming, Goh now knows the estate at the back of her hand.
PHOTO: KENNETH CHAN
Asst. Prof. Li (CS’08, MMC’10, Ph.D.’15) hopes his research in VR can help alleviate discrimination and sustainability issues.
PHOTO: TAN ANNE ZENN
Jeremy Ho (CS’15) started filming after sunset when working on “While You Were Sleeping” (2021). He planned the shoot dates based on the moon phases to ensure there was sufficient natural lighting, for places like MacRitchie reservoir and Lim Chu Kang cemetery.
PHOTO: MA XIAO YU
Despite his experiences with journalistic work, William Phuan (CS‘97) knew that it was not his calling and went to pursue his true passion for film and literature. PHOTO: XU MEI CHENG
David Lee (CS’09) (left) and Nicole Chia (CS’16) (right), photographed with Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, are both sports journalists for The Straits Times. PHOTO COURTESY OF NICOLE CHIA
Four Alumni: Shaun Tan, Nigel Lim, Jolene Ang and Christine Seow share how they overcome a creative block. PHOTO: HELENE TIAN
For Dr Chew Han Ei, his research interest lies in technology for development and education. “Research is a lifetime of work.” PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN
Prof. Goggin hopes to create greater awareness of the need to improve the accessibility of technology for the disabled and the elderly. PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN
Taking up the challenge of making essential data analytics knowledge accessible for CoHASS students is Associate Professor Goh Hoe Lian, Dion.
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With his debut short film clinching an international award, rising film-maker Jun Chong (CS’16) shares how he has steered his career. PHOTO: NATASHA KASIM