“When We are Together” is a documentation of my contrasting personal relationships: my family in Singapore and my recent partner in New York City. The images in the series attempt to juxtapose a sense of disconnect and intimacy, while maintaining a sense of emotional parallel between the two contexts depicted in the project. Having lived alone since I was 14 years old, I spent the majority of my teen and adult life on my own.
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