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RE-IMAGINING ISLAM THROUGH RAMADAN

THE LOVEPOST

An immersive account of the holy month of Ramadan, in Kota Bharu, Malaysia.

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modern, tropical Taiwan

THE LOVEPOST

"... Understated and overshadowed by its imposing neighbour, China, Taiwan harbours a unique modernity built upon powerful ideas."

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Green enterprises indonesia

Funding proposal

Layout, typography and copywriting. A clean and simple design that lets the photography shine and the business speak for itself.  

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Artist feature: Blake Dunlop

Manual magazine

"... Blake has been quietly cultivating a lifestyle in which his benevolent perverseness is allowed to prosper. Now he’s Blake Dunlop, master of his own weird domain."

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An island to Oneself

Destinations Magazine

"... Islands are places of escape and exile, solitude and isolation: they can be time capsules for culture and tradition, sites of eccentric evolution, or just beautiful paradises for daydreamers."

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A New Wave: Surf and Sustainability on Aceh’s Simeulue

Destinations magazine

"Aceh — the province that sits atop the infamous Indonesian island of Sumatra — entered the imaginations of most of the world following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. After that devastating wave of destruction, another wave soon followed: that of international aid, money, and attention. Hundreds of organisations and thousands of international staff modified Aceh’s human landscape as the massive post-disaster recovery program lurched into action.

A decade later, when this human tide receded, Aceh was a different place: homes and infrastructure had been rebuilt and people resettled. Aceh’s political defiance against central government had shifted from a civil war to a tense political jostle, leaving the lines of authority blurry and the climate for business and investment a risky one. This altered landscape presented challenging new opportunities for enterprising locals and the few foreigners that stayed on after the mass-humanitarian contingent, and their money, left."

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Motorbiking High: The Bolaven Plateau

Destinations Magazine

"We hear Tad Alang long before we see it. Through dampened foliage, we see its symmetrical curtain, heavy and wide, plunging off a 30 metre, overhanging cliff. Around the falls are a cordon of banana palms, patches of pink orchids, drenched ferns, and rainbows thick and vivid. We’re in our raincoats, being bullied by the waterfall’s affronting wind and mist."

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