Jacky has had a fond interest in photography from a young age. He owned his first film SLR in his early twenties. During this time, he shot mostly on black and white film as well as on slide film. He switched to digital only after he started working.
Having a keen interest in sports events, Jacky wishes to let viewers also experience the joy and excitement felt by the participants through his images. He also likes to use his images to tell stories of individuals through his environmental portraitures.
The old railway owned by Malaysia’s Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Berhad linking Singapore to Peninsula Malaysia started operations in 1923. On 11 June 2011, the last train departed from Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar railway terminal station. The land underneath the 24km railway track stretching from the south to north was returned to the Singapore government. It was renamed Green Corridor.
This photo book attempts to record how the piece of land has transformed after nearly a decade following the country’s development and how it has blended into people’s lives.
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