The first photograph Temily ever took was of her father’s feet standing on a field of green grass. The photograph may have been taken when she was only three years old but it is symbolic of Temily’s outlook on life: She may have her head in the clouds in terms of ideals, but she’s always planting her feet on solid ground. Currently a final year student in the Bachelor of Journalism program at the University of Hong Kong, Temily will be reporting for a major TV station in Hong Kong when she graduates. She’s not wholly sure if TV news is her thing, but she’s hoping to try her hand at everything to seek what she might love.
Born and bred in the tropical, multi-cultural climate of Malaysia, Temily hopes to go home one day to make documentaries related to social change and overcoming prejudice and discrimination of all kinds.
Temily’s rarest photos are of her recent trip to North Korea, taken with her Canon 600D, which she hopes to publish soon. While she appreciates analogue photography, she can’t get over convenience of digital photography. It is unlikely that she will convert to analogue photography anytime soon. At least not while she’s a journalist.
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