KL-Ga is happy to welcome our latest photographer, Nazir Sufari, a seasoned photo journalist based in Kuala Lumpur. 'Life At the PKNS flats' is his current personal project, capturing the daily life and activities of the 270 families that live in these iconic apartment blocks, destined for demolition in the near future, in the name of progress and urban regeneration. More here....>> #2017 #nazirzufari #KLCC #lifestyle #life #projects
Monuments by Munirah Rohaizan
Ever looked up when you walk? Everyday Kuala Lumpur is changing its landscape and the changes are inevitable. It makes you feel like you are surrounded by monuments, creating a contrasting landscape as she grows. Monuments is an ongoing series documenting Kuala Lumpur's landscape. #MunirahRohaizan #KLCC #architecture #urbanscape
Harriet van Eldik-Ten Hoopen was born in The Netherlands and has worked in business and lived in Norway before she decided to start her education at the Photo Academy in Groningen. Three years later she was able to launch her own photography studio focusing on commercial photography. She now lives in Kuala Lumpur and has the opportunity to put more time and effort in ‘free work’ and to participate in some photo projects for charity. Desire Path is her recent project which is
Photo by Eiffel Chong. Eiffel Chong graduated with an MA in International Contemporary Art and Design Practice from the University of East London and a BA(Hons) in Photography from London College of Printing. He is an award-winning photographer and has been featured in many exhibitions in Malaysia and around the world.
He recently won the 2nd Prize in Category D for the Nikon Photo Contest 2014-2015, Japan. He is also one of the finalists for the Asia-Pacific Photobook Aw
Aizuddin Saad is a what you may call a 'seasoned' photojournalist who has bagged many awards from his intrepid travel stories and news coverage. This rather whimsical image is of a ground breaking ceremony performed for DBKL (KL City Hall) for a new recreational park in Cheras. #AizuddinSaad #performance #KLCC #life #people