Marcus is a proud Singaporean living in Los Angeles. Having dabbled in filmmaking and public relations, he is now happily freelancing as a writer covering mainly the fashion industry – contributing to publications like Esquire Singapore and Robb Report Singapore. A habitual culture critic, he argues that millennials have been good for nothing except spornosexuality and the consequent craze over fitness. He is addicted to the present continuous tense, long dashes, and cuffing his pants, all dirty habits he hopes to kick soon-ish. At least he wears blazers on planes.