Singapore’s Secret Places To Eat, Drink And Play – By Expat Robyne Hayes

18 January 2019

“I always strive to do meaningful work,” says photographer Robyne Hayes, whose subjects have included gender-based violence, HIV and climate change.

Robyne’s pet project in SG is to organise beach clean-ups. “Seeing the ocean get polluted makes me anxious and depressed,” she says, noting that her son inspired her first clean-up.

Originally from the U.S., she has lived in Samoa and Ireland. She and her husband, Justin, and children, June, 7; and Joey, 5, made SG “home” in 2016.

 

Text: Sandhya Mahadevan, From The Finder Issue 296, / Photos: British India, Coastes, Din Tai Fung and 123RF.com

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