Rebecca Chew is a photographer who works as a graphic designer, illustrator, and an art director. While her day job offers a creative outlet, photography and writing are where she expresses her personal self. She is interested in telling stories through the narrative of seemingly ordinary details.
In the melancholy shade of Harpic Flushmatic are cyanotypes of my late grandmother's face, burned into paper by the Malaysian sun. It is a countenance I still see in my dreams, the face I wish I could hold on to longer.