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WALK ON THE WAI SIDE

Coming Home – Nadine Shah at The Cluny for Independent Venue Week 2020


By | February 19th, 2020|Uncategorised|

There was an amazing buzz as I approached The Cluny, one of the venues where Nadine Shah “cut me teeth and the places that give me and so many others a reason to get up for everyday.” I was ecstatic to be there as having seen Nadine perform a few times in recent years she gives such an intense performance [...]

Music Makes Me Happy Even Through Heavy Love


By | February 14th, 2020|Blog|

At the age of 7 I really got into music. I discovered a band called Fleetwood Mac through my older sisters record collection with the album Tango In The Night and immediately fell for the lyrics of Seven Wonders and “making a path to the rainbows end.” From there another love came with the  trio called Wilson Phillips who sang [...]

Three’s A Charm

By | September 13th, 2019|Blog|

'V's the magic letter!!! Let's Try This Again. Three’s a charm, right? So, I relaunched and rebranded my website last summer. I wasn’t sure what I was aiming for. I was throwing random ideas out there but was told I had to get it out there ASAP. I was told I had to focus on the photography I wanted to [...]

Wai-EYE: Acts WE Should Keep An Eye & Ear On.

By | March 13th, 2019|Blog, Uncategorised|

Today is Wednesday 13th March 2019. What I am about to write really should have been posted about a month ago but you know how life gets! I attended two gigs earlier in the year that celebrated ‘new artists,’ those that have been making their way onto the music scene in recent years and ‘should be on your ones to [...]

Some Summer Festivals

By | November 3rd, 2018|Blog, Uncategorised|

Now the cold weather is well and truly on it’s way (North of the equator), I thought we would look back at the summer festivals I covered this year. As a music fan come music photographer, I have attended music festivals on/off over the years and through May to July, I covered a three inner city festivals - three [...]

WAI The Silence?

By | September 17th, 2018|Blog|

So, I kept teasing this rebranding of my new photography name from 137 Imaging to Victoria Wai for a month then I launched it around then due to numbers I decided that the 13th date of the 7th month was the best time to launch. However, after two blog posts and one portfolio release I then went into silent [...]

Music and Me.

By | July 25th, 2018|Blog|

I think my first real experience with music came with a cassette my Mum and I would play and sing together before bedtime — a cassette of Chinese bedtime sing-alongs. From there I got my first 7” on plexi-vinyl from a comic book I believe was called Acorn Green Forever - you had to place it on top of [...]

Film Photography And Me.

By | July 12th, 2018|Blog|

So here I am with the first entry of my own blog on my own website. This is weird as I never thought I would do this due to lack of confidence being part of other blogs and getting some articles edited especially with bigger words than my vocabulary can handle but in saying that my writing has been [...]