The bride was Indonesian with a five-syllable last name. The groom, Singaporean. They live and work in Shanghai. It couldn’t get more complicated than that but in the end, it was decided that they would plan a Singapore wedding!
Sometimes, a wedding photographer would kind of know what sort of wedding it would be even before meeting the couple. For me, I knew that this particular wedding was going to be awesome because the groom — like me — is a fan of indie (independent) music and we are just a super cool bunch
Lester and Stella flew back to town just days before their wedding day and exhausted as they might have been, I certainly could not tell from their broad smiles and infectious laughter.
Their wedding was filled with heart-warming speeches, deafening toasts, tender moments between the bride and groom… I had such a great time, I almost didn’t want the day to end!
Here’s one of my favourite wedding I ever shot. Jinly was based in Hong Kong, while Kazuya was running his ski resort business in Japan. It was a touching night for everyone, especially Jinly’s parents. After hundreds of flights, they were finally together.
Check out this video, which I was featured with 2 of my WPN buddies sharing how we become better photographers by getting inspiration from our kids.