Asia’s design dispatch: Publisher Suzy Annetta

Suzy Annetta made the move from Melbourne to Hong Kong 11 years ago, originally brought over by work opportunities and her heartstrings. Now the publisher of burgeoning bible to the local design sector, Design Anthology, Annetta has truly found her rhythm. She recently sat down with Aerostorie near her Wong Chuk Hang office.

The ambition is to disconnect this word from the negative political discourse: Migrant Journal takes on the world’s preconceptions

Migrant Journal is a six-issue printed publication which seeks to challenge the way we talk and think about migration and confront the prejudice often imbibed within the term. With the entire editorial and design team considering themselves migrants, the project is close to their hearts, as editor Justinien Tribillon tells Aerostorie.

Off-duty observations: A wedding photographer in Marrakesh

James Broadbent is a wedding photographer from New Zealand. Along with photographers Cameron Thorp and Chris Copeland, he works under the name Chasewild, shooting couples’ special day around the globe (the trio have clocked up 18 countries to date). When not on duty, Broadbent enjoys documenting his travels — from Norway to Cambodia. A recent trip to Morocco was no different.

Chinatown: One family’s big life in a small New York apartment

Based in New York City, photographer Thomas Holton has spent 13 years documenting the life of the Lam family. Upon meeting Steven and Shirley Lam and their New York-born children, Michael, Franklin and Cindy, in their 350-square-foot tenement on Ludlow Street in Chinatown, Holton was instantly intrigued by their life. He asked to photograph the family, and they agreed.