Bel Ragay works as an Art Director at an independent interactive agency. Besides her day job, this avid multi-tasker also helps in various online portals and organisations in various roles such as a contributor, administrator, public relations, eventologist, copywriter, and even as an emcee.
Bel’s 7 years of experience in the industry has helped to hone her skills in Web and Graphic design, Interactive, Motion, Print, as well as Branding.
Caramelaw is a mad motion graphic designer/illustrator by day and a candy land super hero by night.
Despite majoring in animation, she went on and ventured into broadcast design as a career.Caramelaw has since done design work for companies such as MTV Asia, Sony, International and DC Comics, and in 2005, one of her on-air promos for MTV Asia has also won the Silver PROMAX Award.
Aside from her day work in broadcast, Caramelaw enjoys being in her little world of candies, rainbows and mushrooms, and hopes that her vector world will bring joy to others as well.
Zhao Renhui was awarded The Young Artist Award in 2010, the highest national accolade awarded to young artists in Singapore by the National Arts Council. That very same year, he also received a post-graduate scholarship from The University of the Arts, London.
Renhui has since participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions at The Singapore Art Museum, Jendela (Singapore), The Substation (Singapore), Fukouka Asian Art Museum (Japan), Michel Foley Gallery (New York), Photo Levallois (Paris), Seoul Arts Center (Korea), Pickford House Museum(Derby, UK), PhotoIreland, Flash Forward Festival (Toronto, Canada) and Flowers East Gallery(London).
He has also garnered numerous local and international awards in the recent years, including The United Overseas Bank Painting of the Year Award (2009), Sony World Photography Awards at Cannes,(2010, Conceptual & Constructed Winner), honourable mentions in Photo Levallois (France,2008) and Prix Voies Off (France, 2010).
Born and raised in Singapore, Yu Jie attended school in Singapore until 2005, when he moved to Guangzhou, China. His interest in photography developed when he was 14, and at 15, he discovered the conceptual art of the 60s and 70s.
This inspired Yu Jie to use photography as vehicle for the creation of art. In his body of work entitled "51 Intersections," he appropriated 51 intersections in his neighbourhood as art and used set rules to document them, creating a conceptual photographic work. Similarly with "MacRitchie Documentation," Yu Jie sought to follow a trail around the Reservoir, documenting the process as art.
It was only in early 2010 that Yu Jie moved on to more conceptual work. He has a preference towards internet and research-based art, as well as what he finds to be most productive now: writing, academic reading, and finance.
Under the moniker For This Cycle, singer-songwriter Seah Weiwen has performed in various music platforms in Singapore despite being just 17. Among these, he was the "Producer's Pick" for MediaCorp Channel 5's series "Live N Loaded" in 2009 and was named the Best Breakthrough Act at the end of the season. Having lived in several different countries throughout his life, such as Taiwan and USA, Weiwen drew inspirations from the contrasting cultures that he has been exposed to. He continues to learn and is bent on making music that will leave a deep impact on his listeners.