Summary : Happy New Year 2017 to all of our clients and it has been a blessing year for us in 2016 with so many beautiful family of our clients and weddings, and we hope for another further prosperous year in 2017 ! Thank you giving us such an blessed moments shared with your family during our spend together during photoshoot. We are so looking forward seeing you all again !
Summary : When we arrived on our client’s house for her wedding day video shoot, I almost lost my direction in it. It was such a big house and gorgeous settings for the wedding. Of course we were also blessed with one of the finest weather throughout our client’s entire wedding day. Bambie and Ian are such a nice couple , being polite and truly down to earth person. This has to be one of the unforgettable elegant wedding experiences for me and my team. We are so thankful to be able to capture such a gorgeous wedding.
Story : It’s 12,000 km apart between Malaysia and Finland , and it’s 9,000 km apart of India and Finland, but both of my client Carol (Malaysia) and Tuomas (Finland) are both standing in front of the altar today giving their wedding vows to start a family of their own, a new chapter of them together. The magic of how fate works to have two person meet, fall in love, marry and start a family never failed to amazes me, perhaps only the Almighty knows how it works.
The lovely couple asked me a favour for some of their profile shoot before their reception starts. When I knew they are musicians from Britain that travel with their orchestra members around the world for performances, I am honoured to be their official photographer on this important night to them, especially to Sarah. It was a night specially dedicated to the remembrance of her late dad by flying all the way from Britain and to host their wedding reception here with relatives that still lives in Malaysia. I especially love the part they perform wholeheartedly in front of their relatives members. It’s one of the most beautiful music pieces I’ve heard live. It’s a beautiful night and I truly enjoyed it too.
Summary: One high school mates reunion dinner, which was long overdue for 20 years since our graduation, kept us busy this past 2 years keeping in touch with one another and now to cover one of my high school mates of her big wedding day. Throughout the day, I felt not just photographer but more of an important friend to her and making sure all of the beautiful details of this very special day of hers are all exquisitely fine captured. The pressure felt on my shoulder definitely more than the weight of both my cameras but all in a good way and a definitely meaningful portfolio to our work !
Summary: It was a great honour to be appointed as the photographer of Mr. Mah’s second son’s wedding day at Taiping. Although I’ve came to know Eric’s dad first before I’ve met the couple, I have to admit certain nervousness inside me during the 2 1/2 hour drive to Taiping to meet them. It is rather first time experience for me to meet the couple on the night before their wedding for the first time. I usually meet with my wedding clients weeks before their big day for better understanding of them. However, my nervousness soon disappear when I was greeted with their warm hospitality to me. I felt not like a photographer on job but rather as a guest to their wedding. They are such kind people. They’ve also arranged great place for me to rest for the night with the window view across the famous Taiping park. The big day started with great clear sky in the morning, it was beautiful throughout the day. Taiping is a small town but its history of heritage fascinates me, especially with all the buildings that is left from its colonial era still remain. I always find people from small town such as this tend to be more happier than the actual couple that is getting marry. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good thing. At least from the viewfinder of a photographer’s camera, a lot of great moments to captured. The bride is beautiful and I can see why the groom is such a sweetheart to her especially from their proposal video shown at the dinner, it was sweet and I don’t see how it will fail its mission of melting the heart to whom being proposed. It’s certainly one of the wedding to remember in my list of favourite wedding in year 2013.
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 : )