Miss Multi Verse
Surf Me Up
If it isn’t flooding, someone wants to start a war, if bombs aren’t going off, the media are announcing that there is a new variant. But aren’t we living in a world where we just get on with things and let it pan out? As I write this the Australian Prime Minister, Morrison has announced the federal election. To a lot of people that means everything to some, nothing at all.
So, with everything that is going on right now, not only in Australia but in the world. How do we have time to digest everything and process it in a way that we can make either A/ make it work for us or B/ just ignore it and get on with our life and do what we need to do when we need to do it. Well, I can tell you if we chose to ignore it, then in a few months’ time when we decide come up for a breath, we will see a different world that is 1/ Hell bent on making the economy work so we can live in a better place or 2/ Not give a dam about anything and watch it’s self-burn. Which I highly don’t think will happen or I hope it won’t.
Once this year is over, hopefully we will see countries reborn, and hopefully enjoy a better living, and see an end to this pandemic.
On a side note, I spent 5 days late in March, on set of Miss Multi Verse shooting a lot of stills for the different challenges. Yes, you read right a beauty pageant that has challenges. So different that it is a reality TV show due to air in September on Amazon Prime. And you can see a taste of it right here with “Surf Me Up”
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Photography, videography and editing by Geoffrey Chuah
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