Summary: I’ve met Andrew through one of my photography class. His politeness in meeting everyone around him is my first impression of him. He is truly a good friend to have and I was so delighted when was asked to take his family portrait with his lovely wife – Vicky and two of their darling boys.
Meet Billy and Jay !
Billy, he’s not your usual kid. he don’t go for toys I’ve prepared for him as I expected (teddy bears, big colourful ball, bubbles…etc), instead he went for bigger sized such as my studio metal door, mirror, standing fan, studio lights…etc) Only his dad and mom and I knew how hard it is to have him sit still posing for us , but he’s a darling, a sweet kid
Jay, laughs at anything ! What a bonus, isn’t it? The only time he doesn’t laugh is when he demands his napping time : )
We all had a great time at the studio. Just splendid time spend together !
Something extra’s as always for my client ( behind the scene video )
Summary: Have you ever imagine how it will be like if were to host your own wedding dinner at your own school hall? That’s where my client & friend (bride) chose for her wedding dinner venue. I personally think it’s sweet experience. The thing about small town’s wedding dinner (actually it’s not small, over 60 tables) is always its people with the dinner environment. People there actually exchanging conversations with one another instead of busying staring at their phone & gadgets. Children ran around as they should be. What surprises me on that night or should I say in a Chinese wedding dinner is that there’s actually a dancing floor for everyone. I’ve seen the dance rehearsal from the bride’s parents (members of dancing academy, how cool is that!) and their efforts paid off ! They put up a splendid performance on the dance floor. It is all party after that : )
p.s. I am so looking forward to my over 2o years good buddy Melvin’s actual wedding day & dinner this coming weekend : )