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Combining architecture in filmmaking will create a different stroke and colours to the diversity.
I usually do that. I love to create a different world in filmmaking which I didn’t manage to do it in architecture field.
A creative freedom. By meaning, we should have a freedom to explore all the possibilities within the boundaries.
Also the team members you work with, who in the same wavelength with you on the direction of the work.
I hope that people will call me for my input, touch and direction in art. Same goes to everyone in the industry, people will call you for your capabilities. Not asking you to produce someone else’s style of work.
I feel like working in a multicultural environment has given me an openness to multiple choices, for example the way you want to approach your work to a certain crowd or targeted audience you can engage with a different perspective.
I think the best method is to always adapt with the design principle when you’re working as a designer. For example when we design, we should not only think about how products will be experienced at particular settings, but also how the product can adapt depending on changing context and user decision.
I see the best thing about being creative right now in Malaysia is you get more people supporting your career and people slowly find that graphic design is such an important role in any industry.
Personally growing up with such diverse surroundings, I never really gave so much thought about it as ‘multicultural’ but rather as a given, it is a lot about looking inwards and unraveling the norms that I am used to.
Collaborate and grow with your local creatives and the people around you. Pave the way as the next generation and don’t solely depend on established creatives for opportunities but rather make your own.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions and build relationships more than just to network.
The fact that we are still such a young nation yearning to find our identity.
Everything we know now of Malaysia is what was perceived or given as the staple of the Malaysian identity when there is still so much to explore.