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I have been busy lately with work and family and have a growing backlog of blog posts in my to-do-list. Hopefully I can start doing them after clearing the post processing from a wedding I just shot.

Singapore Motherhood recently featured another birthday party I covered earlier this year. The original blog post of Isabel’s birthday party coverage can be found HERE and the feature by Singapore Motherhood can be found at the following link. Do check it out!

Isabel’s Peppa Pig Themed 2nd Birthday Party at Home


Wayne & Edels were married about a month ago. It was an especially memorable wedding shoot for me because my 4 year old daughter was the flower girl. This was a dream come true for her! She did an excellent job and really enjoyed herself. I think she has not gotten her fill of being a flower girl because just a few days ago, she whispered in my ear while I was talking to another couple about their upcoming wedding, “Papa, can I be their flower girl?”.

My aim as a documentary wedding photographer is for the coverage to be authentic and timeless. I hope the photographs will still evoke strong emotions 20 to 40 years from the wedding day. Selecting some highlights from Wayne & Edel’s wedding brought back many beautiful memories for me and I trust that it will be the same for them as well as for everyone who was present.

The following are a selection of photographs from Wayne & Edel’s wedding day. This is quite a large set of photographs and is a good representation of how I normally cover a wedding day. Please be patient if they take longer to load. If the slideshow pauses when you select a specific thumbnail, simply click on the small ‘play’ icon on the bottom right hand side to continue.

Last year, when Joshua turned 4, his parents Melvin & Wei Chin prepared a ‘Super Hero’ themed birthday party for him. This year, his 5th birthday party featured a Lego Ninjago theme. His birthday cake was topped with 2 Ninjago characters (Jay – blue and Lloyd – green) and decorated with icing made into the shapes of lego pieces. The party gifts for Joshua’s guests were Lego Ninjago Airjitzu building kits. These kits were a big hit with the children who raced to build them and then let their ninjas battle with each other. A piñata in the shape of a ‘Number 5′ was another highlight of the party. The piñata did not last as long as last year’s ‘Number 4′ piñata with the children having grown in strength over a year! Younger children like Joshua’s sister Isabel enjoyed watching the older kids build their lego sets and had fun playing with the many balloons lying around.

The following are some highlights from Joshua’s 5th birthday party:-