Hidup penuh dengan catatan.
I entered the year 2012 with a clear intention on what I want to do. Because in 2011, I didn’t like the way the company was going.
Clients are free to choose locations that they want, but we have long dreamed that more of our projects will be taking place here, in our own backyard.
At our first solo exhibition Lagu Baru, there’s this one scene that I’ll never forget.
I ran into this quite interesting trivia while reading The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau. By the way, it is a very good book, I highly recommend it.
This post is an unintentional follow up from the previous post.
Many years ago, I had this conversation that changed my way of enjoying things. Real story 🙂
Stumbled into this blogpost from Chris Council.
I sometimes worry when I play favorites. As in when I boast on my twitter/facebook/blog about how I find a new couple’s pictures to be the best ones I have ever shot.
I have this regular driver in Bali. He’s been with me for all my trips to the island for at least the last five years.
I found this on Win Without Pitching, a business consulting firm that I visit often. It’s priceless 🙂
Coming from someone who makes a living out of the service industry, how could I make such a self-centered statement?