Archive for Category: destination wedding

ISPWP Fall 2018 Contest Result

Happy news came thru the email this Monday morning that I have won 2 awards from the latest ISPWP contest. This is definitely an injection of positive energy for me to keep working on my photography craft in this December busy month. A Big Thank You goes to the 2 couples in this 2 images, Cher and Tyler on the First Dance photo and Reyna and Alvin for the pre-wedding photo shot at the Sentosa SEA Aquarium. I am truly blessed to meet couples who trusted my vision and allowing me to work on my creativity on their images both in wedding day and pre-wedding.

ISPWP Summer 2018 contest Result

Time flies, it’s an awesome year so far and great news knock on the door today as we enter the last quarter of the year. The Summer ISPWP Wedding Photography Contest Result is out and I am happy to bag 2 awards from 2 pre-wedding done in Australia and Japan. Thank you all who have always shown me support and encouragement which keeps me going in creating more timeless and creative images. I am blessed and will keep on working on the craft.

When Time Stood Still in Sydney

When Gabriel and Sharmaine booked me for a pre-wedding photo shoot, they are very sure to do the photo shoot overseas but just can’t put a confirmation to the location. After over 6 months of discussion, Sydney was the choice. I enjoyed shooting in Australia for its beautiful weather and charming lighting and I am excited to challenge myself to see how else can I shoot the Opera House from a different perspective. I truly appreciate the couple for liking my style of work and trusted me to shoot the way I wanted to tell their story in a Timeless and Classy interpretation. Thank you for having me as your photographer.

A Wedding in Hong Kong / Jazs and Chloe

It was a pleasure and great joy to shoot for Jazs and Chloe’s wedding in Hong Kong. It is always an eye-opener for me and a chance to experience how weddings are celebrated differently around the world. Though this is not the first time I shoot a wedding in Hong Kong and Chinese wedding there and Singapore are quite similar, there are still many small details that the approach is different. I truly appreciate Jazs and Chloe that they prefer the un-stage kind of photography style and trusting me in capturing all these moments. Congratulation. : )

Intimate Tokyo Wedding – Yu and Satoko

This special moment belongs to them only. Yu and Satoko exchanged vows in a quiet and intimate ceremony at a luxurious wedding venue at Omotesando Hill in Tokyo. The day was simple, and it was theirs. Though we didn’t speak a common language, shooting for them was a breeze and the day went by without any communications issue. They trusted me to capture unscripted moments. Later, as we headed out for some posed shots at Shibuya’s scramble crossing and Omotesando Hill – they knew exactly how to turn on the magic for the camera. : )

Special thanks to Naoko Kinami san for all the wonderful arrangement for this wedding. : )

ISPWP Fall 2017 Contest Result

2017 is a busy but fruitful year for me shooting many awesome couples and traveling to many beautiful countries to create images. One part I definitely neglected this year is participating in a photography contest. This ISPWP Fall contest is probably the last one of the year that I remember the submission date and made the submission on time. The result of the contest was announced a couple of days ago and I am glad that I won 2 awards in 2 different categories; early Christmas gifts to me indeed.

Thank you to all of you who have always shown supports and faith in my style of photography.

Lost in Iceland – Darren and May

I am fortunate to have set foot on many beautiful countries and cities in the world for photo shoots but Iceland is a place that totally blew me away!

If mother nature is an artist and a great painter, Iceland would be the grand gallery she exhibits her masterpieces. Though the forever changing weather made the photo shoot a challenge, the photo shoot went well and we were also blessed with few nights of witnessing the northern lights.  Thank you Darren and May, for braving the sub-zero temperature for the photo shoot and it was a pleasure to shoot for you both at one of the most beautiful countries I have created my work. Special thanks to make-up artist Jenny Goh and videographer Taylor and Christel for making the trip a very enjoyable and fun road trip. In short, all of you Rocks!