1. I went to Macau and all i have edited is one photograph.

  2. boatsforbusuanga:

    Hi to all!

    This is just to update  you on the latest  progress of our donations. Our partner,  Community Centered Conservation (C3) Philippines, conducted inspection  and followup of the first fishermen recipients of our  boats.  Please see the link:https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.656200914427555.1073741927.184326341615017&type=1

    Additional boats were transported and deployed this week in Busuanga.

    Although there was a slight delay in the replication of the boats from the volunteer universities (UP and Feati), we are targeting to deploy 5-10 boats per week by the end of April.  There will also be fiberglass workshop scheduled this month or early May by the UP faculty of Engineering to teach the fishermen how to repair the boats.

    Our target is June 2014 to manufacture and deploy all of your donated boats.   We will be  sharing with you the financial statement of this project as we close the accounts by then.  Again our sincerest thanks to all of you.  Please forward to the your friends and colleagues who have become part of this project.  Please email me if you have additional questions.

    All the best,

    Tony and Inday Dans

    Update on the Boats project :)

  3. Hello humans! Some pieces from my body of work The Mythology of the Self will be up (and for sale!) at the SCAD deFINE ART Open Studio, which will open on Thursday the 20th at 7:30PM, at the SCAD campus in Sham Shui Po. If you are in town please do drop by!

    More details here:https://www.facebook.com/scadhk/photos/a.360977356953.163284.181575851953/10151881231396954/?type=1


  4. Anonymous asked: Do you have a special bag(pack) that you use when you go out and take your camera with you? I have one of those camera bags were you can put in 2 lenses and the cam but my other stuff doesn't fit, but I don't think I can keep on squeezing my cam and extra lens into my handbag with my other junk b/c I'm scared it might break it. But taking both bags is too much luggage for me. Any tips?

    I used to use one of those Slingshot bags by Lowepro, but then i always ended up having to take that and my purse when i traveled, so i switched to one of those foamy camera bag inserts that you can put in your backpack or whatever, and only ever brought around a 24-70.

    But then that sucked because it became too unweidly to have to whip it out of my backpack every time i had a shot, so i actually switched cameras, and now i use a Fujifilm x100s which has a fixed lens and is only slightly bigger than my cellphone :D

  5. Bangkok. Photos here: http://sandradans.com/blog/?p=2473

  6. My final project for black and white last quarter. I put flowers on unexposed paper, then printed over them. It was fun albeit extremely time consuming, but i’m happy enough with the outcome!


  7. Photos from the summer.


  8. boatsforbusuanga:

    Photographs by Dr. Antonio Dans from the medical mission trip to Busuanga, Palawan. Busuanga needs boats!

    Hey guys, these are photographs by my father of the livelihood destruction down in Busuanga. Please check out our page, Boats for Busuanga to read what it’s all about, and what we’re trying to do to help!

  9. Kwai Chung container ports

  10. New splash page up at sandradans.com, brought to you by some fancy coding. Working on getting the fine art portfolio link up and running so expect updates on that in a couple of days, as well as the HUGE backlog that i have allowed to accumulate from over the summer (!! YES SUMMER) and the fall.

    Love love!