Eco-Anxiety: A Visual Response

The following images were taken for a photography project at University in which I decided to conceptually visualise the feelings of fear, sadness, uncertainty and helplessness that I experience as a result of the climate and ecological crisis. ‘The planet is burning, literally and right in front of our eyes. Wildfires are ravaging incomprehensibly vast…

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The venturer and the nurturer

Today I found pieces of my old self neatly stacked in boxes and baskets. A passport full of stamps. Most of them from Singapore, the transit point for so many of my travels. A few leftover coins of foreign currencies, metro cards from cities across the globe. Melbourne, Barcelona, Hongkong, Sydney.  Bursting journals – pages…

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Losing a Home

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In the wake of this new moon another chapter is closing. Thank you Sliema, you’ve been the home we had always dreamed about; a house by the sea. Nowhere on this island did we feel this settled and nowhere on this island did we feel this sad. I’m leaving you Malta with a heavy heart….

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March Gems

So winter is finally over and we are in the season of spring! And with this transition into longer, warmer days I too am remerging from an extended blog hibernation (blibernation?). These days there are many things and people who inspire me. Some have done so continuously for the past months even years and others…

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Hong Kong – Visual Diary

In October, I spent a week in Hong Kong, taking full advantage of my brother staying there during his semester abroad. I had expected the city to be a mix of Singapore and Bangkok, the Chinese version of it of course. And that’s pretty much what it was. You have the modern skyscrapers, fast metros, tesla…

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Thailand – Highlights

So I’ve been home for some time now and while I want to blame it on the ominous “writer’s block” I must admit my laziness kept me from making new posts and writing about my travels. There is so much I could talk about, so many experiences I made during those 10 months, it’s hard…

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