From the first email I knew she must be a great person. When I met them both I realized how wonderful people they are. Michi and Xiaoning are Singapore couple who came to Sydney for a week and dedicated two days for photography. First day we spent in Sydney and second we went to Blue Mountains for a bit of a adventure. And what adventure it was! They are getting married in Singapore this May. We wish them best of luck.
It was a Wednesday wedding, very hot and full on day, but I loved it. After getting ready shots at Tim and Zoe’s house, ceremony at Little Bay Chapel followed. For our location shots we went first to nearby La Perouse where we got warmed up by a scorching hot Sun and Zoe’s mum made sure that our bellies are not empty, so she fed us yummy Chinese dumplings, mmm Our second location was The Rocks, where most couples like to have their pictures taken. We were followed by family and friends, but managed to take some solo time to photograph bride and groom only, before heading back to romantic Lauriston House, for some amazing entertainment with SY Chung from Event MC. The event was planned by Anni Lam from Colour 18 Wedding.
Zoe and Tim, thanks for making me feel so welcome. I had a lot of fun on this day and I loved every minute.
Every wedding is lovely in it’s own way, and definitely unique, because it is the people who make the day. Jaqueline and Dom are such wonderful people. With nearly 600 guests, this is so far the biggest wedding I’ve ever done alone. You can imagine the atmosfere on that night. There was lots of dancing, drinking, tears and laughter and you can tell from the photos that everybody had great time. I was really impressed with the Doltone House, Darling Island. They pulled it off in the most professional way and throughout the night I could hear people complimenting the venue.
I wish to thank Josephine Canto from Videoworx for recommending me to J & D. I really appreciate the oportunity to work with such awesome people and document their story
Apart from my previous sunny pre wedding session with Jeryee and Fan which happened at similar locations, Carla and Andrew had rain; But rain can be so romantic and that’s exactly what Carla and Andrew have proved.
They are getting married this month at St. Michael’s Golf Club, Little Bay. I am looking forward to document their wedding day
What a great and funny day we had for Jeryee and Fan’s engagement session. The light on Observatory Hill was particularly gorgeous. I better let the photos tell the story. Jeryee and Fan are getting married next month at Sergeants Mess, Chowder Bay and I’m looking forward to it. Good luck guys
Last week I documented the wedding of Charisse and Nathan, who also happen to be our neighbours. You may remember them from HERE! They are such warm, welcoming and fun couple to be around. The ceremony was held at the Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in Hunters Hill and the reception at always fancy Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf – Pyrmont. Once there, I
This romantic couple stunned their friends and family by inviting them to their home for a New Year’s celebration… and then getting married in front of them. What a surprise! These photos were taken just few hours before that.
“When Gareth spotted Mitzi on the train platform in London he never suspected that she’d be the one to make the first move. When she smiled and handed him her business card, he never guessed that she’d later steal his heart. And when she stepped off the train, never knowing if they’d meet again, he never imagined that eight years later they’d be meeting at the end of the aisle.”
Just received some Great News! I’m so glad that one of my pictures submitted for the WPJA photography competition won 16th place in the category “Reception“! These Contests showcases the wedding photojournalism of WPJA members across the world with thousands of entries and a Top 20 winning image in any of the categories is a huge accomplishment. Although I have participated in this contest before, it is much more difficult now to win an award among thousands of beautiful wedding pictures from around the world, as the judging standards of the WPJA is very high and requires photographers to capture pictures that are realistic and documentary without posing or the help of Photoshop. I am so happy and grateful to have this international association recognize and appreciate my work!
PS: The winning image was taken at the wedding of Katrina and Daniel and it was managed and planned by Emma Pace Events.
See the winning image on WPJA website HERE