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19 May 2006

My new gaff

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Pantai Hillpark Andalucia continues Kuala Lumpur's distinct architectural heritage of timeless and majestic Moorish style. Blending traditional design elements enhanced with modern adaptations, this masterful architectural concept employs brilliant craftsmanship, fluid lines and tranquil color tones.

All interior designs have three spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms with build-up areas of 1292 sq ft to 1492 sq ft.

These Andalusian inspired condo villas nestle exclusively within a lush Mediterranean landscaped garden that is complementaled with modern amenities like swimming pools, flood - lit tennis and squash courts, a gymnasium, children playgrounds, 24 hour security and 2 covered car parks per unit give added value to this highly exclusive residence with intelligent features such as remote control for security, air conditioning and lighting.

Luxury living is redefined through the splendor of this ideal setting in the Homemaker Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur that besets amidst the highly alluring and sought after neighboring residential areas such as Damansara Heights, Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar Park, Pantai Hills and Bukit Gasing.

All that really means is that jayemmcee has a new pad big enough to turn into a foto studio and he's also got a swimming pool for when he needs to get more wet than the shower can offer.

...and remember, the coldest weather we have in KL is about 20 degrees.

Oh well.

honestly, it really is that nice...

honestly, it really is that nice...

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19 May 2006

Liviní [just enough] for the City

KL welcomes a new resident


I have my own apartment!

I live in a place called Pantai Hillpark and itís a 1300sq ft, three bedroomses ground floor flat in a Mediterranean [style] villa complex.

Musnít grumble, it comes with a terrace, parking space, bootiful outdoor swimming pool and tennis court for a meagre 200 quid per month.

Itís being renovated at the moment so Iíll be moving in on 1st June Ė yay!

In the meantime Iím chillen in Penang for a few days [and working for a few] Ė then hopping over to Thailand for a few days shopping [and to renew me visa].

So for the last couple of weeks, Iíve been in KL and along with house-hunting, Iíve been doing tons of networking [and real working].

I was staying at the house of the editor of one of the magazines iím contributing to and through the hazy red-eye, I managed to put together a feature for the June Issue of Plan B Magazine.

Itís an 8 page foto essay of my reflected water images with a funny story explaining why I took them. That will be out in mid-JuneÖstay tuned.

I went to Volvo and shot the interiors for their corporate profile Ė that was quite interesting as heir offices are very minimal Scandinavian style.

I assisted a few shoots along the way which was good fun. One was a local celebrity [hot chick] called Daphne wearing not much more than hotpants, leather boots and a basqueÖand the other shoot was a footie promotion for Carlsberg, and that included 6 Australian Ďmodelsí [strippers really Ė and filthy ones too] again wearing not much. Itís a tough life you know, that of a photographersí assistant; having to adjust bra straps and make sure all the naughty bits are covered for the camera.

As for other stuff, I was recommended by my ad agency friends to another [new] magazine that deals with corporate tourism and for that I will be the contributing photographer and writer.

I will have to cover events and exhibitions while at the same time shoot hotels, restaurants and spas. The great thing about this mag is that it will cover the whole of Asia. That means assignment work in Tokyo, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taipei to name a few.

Canít wait for that.

Thatís about it really for the time being. Iíll let you know how things are in a short while and then Iíll be moving in to my new pad.

this afternoon Iím shooting a primary school for a prospectus Ė take the money and run.

Anyhoos, byeee for now



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