Portfolio


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This page features some of my design works and video production done for actual clients and/or for school modules. All images, graphics and illustrations are done by me unless otherwise stated.

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DESIGN & ILLUSTRATION

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STORYBOARD

“Halfway There” – Documentary on Ex-Offenders (2013)

Notes: For a university video assignment

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2-minute Tobacco Control TVC for Health Promotion Board Singapore (2014)

Notes: For a proposed television commercial targeted at parents of children aged below 12 years old

WEB DESIGN

“The Brainiacs” – Fighting the Worldwide Problem of Brain Drain

VIDEO PRODUCTION

2009: Icarus

Description: My first short film shot during my first year in Singapore Polytechnic when I still wasn’t very familiar with video cameras. This was a school project, edited on Final Cut Pro (as with the rest) and Sony Vegas Pro. It made it onto Sinema OldSchool screens and was showed for a couple of weeks.

Role(s): Editor and Technical Director

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2009: Fujitsu Viral Video

Description: A school project in collaboration with Fujitsu to promote one of their latest laptop models then.

Role(s): Editor

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2012: Halfway There

Description: A short documentary on the lives of ex-prisoners (courtesy of Highpoint Halfway House) who have turned over a new leaf. The video shares how they cope with social stigmas and rejection from their family members who once forgave their deeds but were disappointed yet and yet again. It was a very heart-wrenching moment as we spoke with them because we could how remorseful they were. Unfortunately, I am unable to share the video here on a public platform because we made a deal not to reveal their identities. This was a school project and my first video done in NTU.

Role(s): Director, Director of Photography and Editor

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2013: Trials and Tribulations of Dear Jimmy

Description: A short comedy about Jimmy who attempts to communicate with his crush by writing notes on a crushed ball and then throwing towards her. The plot takes an unexpected turn (or is it not?) when the paper ball lands on someone else’s table. We had lots of fun filming this and it only took us 4 hours (not including re-shoots) to shoot this.

Role(s): Director and Editor

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2013: TVC for Health Promotion Board
(on early sex education)

Description: Another production done for a school module and HPB, this video aims to promote early sex eduction and encourage parents to educate children about safe sex from young and not shy away from the topic. This idea was adapted from another group (whose task was just to give ideas while we executed it) and the original storyboard depicted the girl to be heavy-bellied in the end. However after much consideration, we decided to change the ending to something more subtle. This video is first runner-up in the HPB competition.

Role(s): Assistant Director and Editor

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2013: Fate

Description: This is probably the most tedious production I have ever done in my life (haha) but also my favourite one. It was shot in many (morbid) locations across several days and done pretty much at the very last minute (recce, cast, etc.). We had some items given by another group which we had to incorporate in the video and I am rather pleased with how they “blended” into the story without making them seem like they were “forced” to be in there. Like Icarus, fake blood was also used (made by a group member) in this video and I was very amazed how real it looked.

Role(s): Director and Editor

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2015: My Father Tongue Street Hunt (Episode 1)

Description: This video was produced to raise awareness for my Final Year Project campaign “My Father Tongue” – a campaign that aims to revitalise the use of Chinese dialects among youths between the age of 18 and 35 in Singapore. The objective of this video is to test the youths’ knowledge on their own dialect and their proficiency level. This video was shot at Singapore Management University and interviewees featured are mostly students of the same school.

Role(s): Producer, Director and Editor

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2016: My Father Tongue Street Hunt (Episode 2)

Description: This video was produced to raise awareness for my Final Year Project campaign “My Father Tongue” – a campaign that aims to revitalise the use of Chinese dialects among youths between the age of 18 and 35 in Singapore. The objective of this video is to show how, despite seeing these hawker food almost everyday in our lives, not many youths actually know their origin and which dialect group they originated from, hence denoting their unfamiliarity with the local dialect culture. This video was shot at Nanyang Technological University (ADM) and National University of Singapore (U-Town) and interviewees featured are mostly students of the mentioned schools.

Role(s): Producer, Director and Editor

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2016: My Father Tongue Street Hunt (Episode 3)

Description: This video was produced to raise awareness for my Final Year Project campaign “My Father Tongue” – a campaign that aims to revitalise the use of Chinese dialects among youths between the age of 18 and 35 in Singapore. The objective of this video is to show how youths like us have lost touch with their dialects and hence are not able to string basic sentences in their own dialects. This video was shot at Nanyang Technological University (ADM) and National University of Singapore (U-Town) and interviewees featured are mostly students of the mentioned schools.

Role(s): Producer, Director and Editor

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