One thing I love about shooting weddings is hearing stories about how couples met. Chu Wei and Jolene’s story was definitely something out of the ordinary as it started with a missing thumbdrive in college and how it led two people from different faculties to befriend each other.
Funny how love works sometimes :)
Hmmm…it seems to be becoming a trend that I keep on posting up weddings right after a couple’s first year anniversary. No excuses on not blogging more regularly! I do miss it tho but I just get waylaid by emails, shoots, food, workouts….terrible!
About a year back, I had the pleasure of shooting Azlina and Azwin’s initimate solemnisation ceremony at her parents home in Kuala Lumpur and I must say, it was a gorgeous affair. Having known these two a few years prior to that, it came as no surprise when I found out they were getting married. Was pleasantly surprised tho when they decided to have me shoot their nuptials :) Always a pleasure to shoot cheeky couple who don’t mind hamming it up for the camera!
Last May, I had the pleasure of being part of Audrey and Charles epic multi-cultural wedding. It was a full day affair for them spanning across two states (yes! within a day!), 3 events and many happy memorable moments.
I had ambitiously wanted to include my favourite shots from the gate crashing, tea ceremony, solemnisation event and dinner reception then realised that it would take me aaaages (and a whole lotta bandwith!) to include them all. So here’s a super condensed version of my favourite takes from their solemnisation ceremony which was held at the Sime Darby Convention Centre.
Thanks again Audrey and Chris for having us shoot the festivities <3