Diving into the Heart of Southeast Asia

On Daniel Heng's  five-day diving trip last year, he swam with whale sharks in Cenderawasih Bay. PHOTO COURTESY OF: DANIEL HENG

Diving into the Heart of Southeast Asia

Over the past ten years, intrepid underwater photographer Daniel Heng (CS’05) has put together an enthralling portfolio featuring whale sharks and other sea creatures.
New Perspectives After A Decade

Gabriel Goh, Tiffany Soh and Matthew Chew (all CS’18) of the Perspectives Film Festival 2017 team put together the largest lineup in the festival’s 10-year history. PHOTO: YEO TZE HERN

 
 
 

New Perspectives After a Decade

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Perspectives Film Festival, this year’s iteration was extended to span over two weekends and featured virtual reality films for the first time.
Taking A Leap Into The Music Scene

Singer-songwriter Vivien Yap views music as an outlet to express herself. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

 
 

Taking a Leap Into the Music Scene

Singer-songwriter Vivien Yap (CS’18) has been selected to be part of Noise Singapore 2017 under a music mentorship programme guided by industry professionals.
Down to a Fine Art

Cats are a commonly recurring motif in artist Soh Ee Shaun’s work. PHOTO: ILYDA CHUA

Down to a Fine Art

Homegrown illustrator Soh Ee Shaun (CS’04) reflects on his venture into the world of art.

Framing is key when it comes to taking photos of food, Daniel Ang says. Even a simple dish can take him a while to find the best angle. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

From Food To Fame

With up to three million readers a month, local food blogger Daniel Ang (CS’03) shares with us his decade-long journey of chasing his passion.

Lynette Teo at Google Australia where she spent a week undergoing training as part of the Digitize programme. PHOTO COURTESEY OF: LYNETTE TEO

Clicking With Data

Once a public relations major, Lynette Teo (CS’16) forayed into the world of data analytics and has never looked back since.

Winning The Amazing Race Asia (Season 2) provided Collin Low (CS’97) with the much needed push and stability to start up his own Pilates studio, The Pilates Works. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

Breaking Barriers

Three WKWSCI pioneer graduates, three different fields. Collin Low, Michael Lee and Tan Tin Wee (all CS’97) have ventured into career paths beyond the communications sector.

Before every shot, Nur Syahidah Alim focuses on her mental and physical process. PHOTO COURTESY OF: DYAN TJHIA/SPORTSG

And The Winners Are…

WKWSCI celebrates the positive impact its alumni have made in the world or in their fields at the inaugural WKWSCI Impact Award Ceremony.

Assistant Professor Lee Sang Joon, a self-professed film junkie, paves the way for WKWSCI film students to embark on an enriching journey of discovery. PHOTO: JANE STEPHANIE 

 
 
 

Lights, Camera and Film Festivals!

Assistant Professor Lee Sang Joon is on a mission to share his passion for Asian cinema with his students. First stop: the Busan International Film Festival.

As a data analyst for tech giant Apple, Colwin Tanhehco’s job revolves around grading and analysing data in the Asia-Pacific region. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

 
 
 

Transcending Borders

Taking on regional roles at prominent tech firms Twitter, Apple and Microsoft, three WKWSCI alumni share about their journey through the world of tech.