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Tag Archives: Wedding

Wedding : Pete & Sherlynn

Pete & Sherlynn were married at the Blue Ginger Restaurant about a month ago. Pete & Sherlynn chose a very unique Monopoly themeView full post »

Wedding : Emmanuel & Su

Emmanuel & Su were married at a cosy ceremony at the Blue Ginger Restaurant earlier this month. It was attended by immediate family andView full post »

Wedding : Glen & Rachel

Glen & Rachel were married at the Grand Marquee of Hotel Fort Canning last month. Glen is the founder of Prodigal Roasters at Ang MoView full post »

Wedding: Chung En & Jasmine

Keeping the coverage of each wedding fresh and distinctive is a vital part of my photography. Even if a wedding is held at a location IView full post »

Wedding: Wayne & Edels

Wayne & Edels were married about a month ago. It was an especially memorable wedding shoot for me because my 4 year old daughter wasView full post »

Wedding: Allan & Acslyn

Allan & Acslyn were married earlier this month at the Blue Ginger Restaurant. It was a small and intimate affair that had the hallmarksView full post »

Wedding: Clement & Jean

Clement and Jean were married on 7 March 2015 at a beautiful wedding ceremony in the presence of family and friends at Paya Lebar MethodistView full post »

Engagement: Clement & Jean – Shoot 3

For Clement and Jean’s final engagement shoot (see Shoot 1 and Shoot 2), we went to the Victoria Concert Hall and Marina BayView full post »

Engagement: Clement & Jean – Shoot 2

Clement & Jean were married early March this year. In addition to the engagement shoot I did for them last year at Bidadari Park (seeView full post »

Engagement: Clement & Jean @ Bidadari Park

A few weeks ago, I met up with Clement and Jean to discuss their wedding plans for next year. One of the things they wanted to do as partView full post »

Photo Single: Sleeping Baby

Babies always look so peaceful and adorable when they are asleep.View full post »

Photo Single: Getting Dressed

This wedding photo of the bride getting dressed was captured just as her mother walked pass in the background. I like the repeatedView full post »