Archive for Tag: WPJA

WPJA Q3 2011 Contest Result

Merry Christmas!!! While shooting Mylene and Jon’s wedding today, I receive a good news that I won a international award at the latest announced WPJA Q3 2011 contest. I am really thrilled with this really nice christmas present. This photo was taken at Grette and Mark’s wedding in Spain this year. Here is the winning photo under the Reflection Category:

12th Placing – Relfection Category

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who have showered me with encouragements and supports.

WPJA Q2 2009 Result

This week is a very exciting week for me. After winning the AGWPJA award, I was informed today that I also win another international award for the latest WPJA Q2 2009 contest under the Creative Portrait Category.

I can’t thank enough to all my friends and great couples out there for all your continous support and believing in my photography style and work. I will continue to stay focus and work on more creative photography art and to capture more great artistic moments for couples whom I will be documenting your wedding.

Here is the winning photo and the judge’s comment:


9th Place - Creative Portrait
9th Place – Creative Portrait
JUDGES COMMENTS: The creativity in this image leads it to this position. I also like that it was shot from an unusual angle. Time and time again, it pays off to think outside the box, and in this case the photographer did so. Great thinking!


WPJA Q4 Contest 2008 contest Result

The WPJA(Wedding Photojournalist Association) Q4 2008 contest result is out yesterday and I am glad to share that I have won a 6th placing award under Creative Portrait category. This pre-wedding portrait of Leo and Roxanne was taken on the busy street of Little India.

Thank you Leo and Roxanne for trusting my creative perspective in creating your wedding images.

Check out the official site at www.wpja.com to view the contest result.



Sixth Place: CREATIVE PORTRAIT
Sixth Place: CREATIVE PORTRAIT
Judges comments: I love the body language, the kiss, the holding of hands, in the midst of all this street chaos and traffic which is hard to do. Nicely executed.