Tuesday, September 15, 2009

     

Where the Wild Things Are

Harper's Bazaar Singapore Sept 09

Photography: Zhang Jingna
Styling: Alli Sim
Hair/make-up: Marc Teng
Manicure: Joyce Chang
Model: Weronika/Ave
Photography Assistants: Hoong Weilong, Abby Lim
Styling Assistant: Jacquie Ang
Additional Assistant: Michelle Chow

This was the first time I got to work with Marc. Really really awesome on set (and photogenic too) . We got to work together again on the Oct issue, which I think should be out soon. ^^

Just some behind the scenes

Abby and I being mimicking the pose silly, just 'cause we can. Hahaha. /lame


Anyway, I want to say big big thank you to everyone who left a comment (here or dA or twitter or via email) in response to the previous post. It really touches me that it meant... something to somebody.

In regards to writing more, I will attempt when time permits itself again. =D


Heading back to Singapore tomorrow, gotta start packing for New York and LA~ Anyone has a fav to recommend for to-do and to-see and to-eat? =D

13 comments :

L. said...

Well done!

Vanesse said...

Ooh I want to come! Ive always wanted to see The Phantom of the Opera in New York, Its my absolute favorite show ever!

Oh, and eat some New York pizza!

Melisa Des Rosiers said...

I really enjoy the behind-the-scenes shots! It gives some insight into the process and experience of each shoot. Pretty cool.

Yin said...

Call me lame and totally Asian, but Chinatown is definitely worth a visit. Be sure to check out Tai Pan bakery on Canal Street ;D Two of my favorite restaurants: Joe's Shanghai, on Pell Street, which specializes in 小籠湯包, and Jing Fong, on Elizabeth Street, a 燒賣 restaurant with those push-cart things.

Anonymous said...

in NY, try Serendipity. :)

I love your work, and your post about education was spot on. You have a very sincere and adaptive outlook on life. Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

in NY, try Serendipity. :)

I love your work, and your post about education was spot on. You have a very sincere and adaptive outlook on life. Thanks for sharing

Elvan said...

to-do: visit geylang serai

to-see: bazaar selling anything and everything with flocks of people preparing for Hari Raya Aidilfitri

to-eat: everything. good food is aplenty and at cheap prices

ps: love ur work!!

riverstyx said...

Wow the hair is awesome! Flower looks cool too... I love when you do the close-ups with flowers, very nice :D

Haven't been to NY or LA so can't help ;)

gaetano said...

Very Nice as usual! I like this new "white" period :)

Yin said...

ah. slipped my mind to include that yes, my previous comment was on nyc. xD

Joseph Holley said...

If you can find the time to make it to the Getty center in LA, I recommend it. In theory it's just a museum, but the grounds are quite nice and the view of LA is beautiful (it's up on the side of a mountain just North of downtown). Just make sure you're headed to the Getty Center (getty.edu) not the Getty Villa, which is a different place.

Enjoy your trip to the states, and take plenty of pictures! :)

Sophia Pan said...

Lets work in something together when you come to london again :D

Jamiya Wilson said...

Excellent work! I was so inspired by you and your work that I blogged about it myself! You can see it here:http://blog.jamiyawilson.com/2009/09/inspiration-zhang-jingna/

Just giving you props!