I believe that Life is a mystery that will unravel itself as time goes by. The first time I held a DSLR was when I travelled to Shangrila (2008) – a beautiful place in Yunnan province, China. That was when I found the magic of capturing scenes and preserving memories through the lens. Since then, I have been hooked on travelling and taking photographs. I have climbed to the top of Mount Kinabalu (4,095m), sampled ceylon tea in the plantations of Sri Lanka, tasted kava and rubbed shoulders with the descendants of cannibals in Vanuatu (cannibalism is no longer practiced). I have also solo travelled throughout New Zealand (2017) for a year and learnt the joys as well as hazards of living in close quarters with nature.

My wanderlust is seemingly endless as I keep adding new places to my travel list. To travel is to live life in the present, to challenge and immerse yourself in the unknown and expand your worldview. For the world is a big place and there are lots more to learn.

Image of Sabrina Yee