Creative Writing

  1. “Fathers’ Day” (2015) The Write Room: http://www.thewritemag.com/
  2. “Reserved Seat”: SingPoWriMo: The Anthology (Math Paper Press: 2014)
  3. “The Busker and the Beggar”, EastLit (Jan 2014): http://www.eastlit.com/eastlit-january-2014/eastlit-january-2014-content/busker-beggar/
  4. “The Little India Riot: Hidden Issues”, Banana Writers (2014) http://www.bananawriters.com/#!littleindiariotssingapore/c1www
  5. “The Taxi Ride,” Ceriph no. 5 (2012): 66-68 (given Honourable Mention in Jason Erik Lundberg’s, The Epigram Books Collection of Best New Singaporean Short Stories: Volume One)
  6. Mueller: A Walk of Faith, a Musical (2010), book and music
  7. Play: Toy Story, awarded Singapore Young Dramatist Award (2005) 2nd prize

Other Works

  1. Co-editor, Good News for Bruised Reeds: Walking with Same-Sex Attracted Friends; produced dramatic launch event
  2. Short Film: “Connected” (2016) – awarded grant by the SG50 fund and Honour Singapore
  3. GE 2015: Pursue Social Justice thought paper and campaign.
  4. IPS Commons article: “Looking ahead on Lesbian-Gay-Transsexual-Bisexual-Queer issues: so what?” (2014)
  5. Stories of Hope exhibition on board the ship Logos Hope (2014)
  6. Organised community gathering and fund-raising event for HealthServe, Just A Handful of Coins festival in 2013
  7. Co-initiated True Conversations: organised a public forum in 2013 on “Citizenship”; and a forum in 2011 featuring Christian apologist LT Jeyachandran and Singaporean writer Catherine Lim on “The Meaning of Life”
  8. Cru 2012: Getting the Message Out (GTMO) Christmas campaign and film
  9. Producer, The Little Prince (2011), staged by The Parables Company
  10. Producer & Director, Mueller: A Walk of Faith, a Musical (2010)
  11. Producer, Screwtape Letters (2009), staged by The Parables Company
  12. Stage manager, Agapella concert (2009)
  13. Producer, director, playwright, Closet Pulp Theatre’s Lift (2008)
  14. Micah 6:8 intersections – co-founder; para-church group that brings Christians together to engage on the Micah mandate


Poem, “Punggol” in collage work by Lidya Kamal, 3rd year Art & Design student, Glasgow School Of Art Singapore