Memories in Sydney [SIA X DNSW]

"The idea of visiting Sydney, to many Singaporeans, is like the smell of chocolate cookies baking: warm, familiar, with the promise of satisfaction at first bite." A travel film commissioned by Singapore Airlines and Destination New South Wales, by SPH Content Lab.
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Memories in Sydney [SIA X DNSW]

"The idea of visiting Sydney, to many Singaporeans, is like the smell of chocolate cookies baking: warm, familiar, with the promise of satisfaction at first bite." A travel film commissioned by Singapore Airlines and Destination New South Wales, by SPH Content Lab.

DIRECTED BY
Clare Chong
PRODUCED BY
Hei Studio
WRITTEN BY
Singapore Press Holdings Content Lab
SHOT BY
Lloyd Koh
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Full story here: http://brandinsider.straitstimes.com/siasydneystories/ 

Director: Clare Chong

Director of Photography: Lloyd Koh

Gaffer, Editor, Colorist: Eugene Lim

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