For as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by the ocean. I learnt to swim at the age of 3 and was already snorkelling with fishes by the time I was 5. Whilst kids my age aspired to be firemen, doctors or their favourite superheroes, I wanted to be a dolphin trainer. Somehow I always knew that one way or another I would end up being a part of the underwater world.
After giving the corporate world a try, I decided it was not for me and followed my dreams to become a dive instructor. I worked on various paradise islands including the Perhentian Islands, Mabul and Pom Pom Island, where I won multiple awards for my outstanding achievement as a PADI Instructor.
At some point, I decided to pick up underwater photography as a new challenge and immediately fell in love with it. Fast forward six years, I have been featured in diving magazines and websites and have won multiple awards for my work.
Whether I am swimming with sharks in the Bahamas or fighting against the strong currents in Indonesia, it is always with a camera in one hand and my eyes wide open. I try my utmost to document and create stories through my photography.