It was during my last trip to London that I had the pleasure of shooting this adorable family’s portrait session at Greenwich Park. We totally lucked out with the weather and spent the gorgeous afternoon just wandering around the park for casual portraits of the girls and their parents.
Here are some of my favourite shots from the day :D
It was in May 2014 that I had the pleasure of shooting Kheng Sin and Carven’s intimate wedding celebrations at Le Meridien Bali. Yes, that was two years ago. It took me such a long time to share these pictures because I completely forgot that I hadn’t shared them amidst all the shoots that I’ve been doing. LOL! Absolute doofus I know.
But it’s actually quite nice to look back on somewhat old pictures. To remember back how fun it was to shoot the celebrations and the emotions that was felt then.
Oftentimes I get asked about where or what my favourite shoots are. No doubt, destination / overseas weddings are awesome but after shooting weddings for nearly 9 years, what really matters to me is seeing couples have fun and truly celebrating their union with family and close friends.
This was one of those weddings. To see more photos from their wedding celebration, check out my Facebook page here.
From the first time I met Manfred and Ai Peng, it was obvious that they would be people I’d like to be friends with. It wasn’t only cos they’re really nice and humble but also the fact that they absolutely love their food!
This was confirmed further when I saw them again on their wedding weekend at The Westin Langkawi which was attended by their family members and closest friends. Seeing just how laid back they were on their wedding day and how much laughs they had with their group of friends was a testament to the fact that Manfred and Ai Peng are loved by many. They also allocated some time from the weekend to have a “marryoke” shot by Nigel Sia which you can view here. Do check it out!
On the wedding day itself, Manfred and Ai Peng had a Chinese bridal games ceremony in the morning half where mahjong and Guinness was part of the “torture” and a dinner where good food, touching speeches and drinks galore was available but since there’s only so many photos one can share in a blog post, here’s a few of my favourite shots from their beach wedding ceremony which has held in the afternoon.