[ N & J. Wedding ]

. Wedding Part I .

Wedding Day. Sisters & Bridesmaids. Getting Ready.

One of my favourite parts of photographing wedding is the getting ready part. So much things happening during that short duration of time - It is like rush hour and I love capturing those tiny moments and interactions that nobody would notice if I did not photograph them .

. Wedding Part II .

Wedding Ceremony. Victorian Pavilion.

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. Wedding Part III .

Wedding Reception.

[ N & Th . Wedding ]

. Highlights . 

South African & French. White Wedding By the Sea. 

Nothing could be more perfect on this intimate white wedding by the sea! Absolutely love everything about this wedding, from the couple, the guests to this quaint hidden gem in Hong Kong. Congratulations Nicky & Thierry! And a big Thank you to Darren as always!

[ A & A . Wedding ]

Russian & Spanish. Wedding. Mandarin Oriental.

Capturing Anna and Antonio of their intimate wedding here in Hong Kong before they have their 2 big weddings back home in Sochi and Madrid. Here are some of the snippets.

[ C & J . Engagement ]

. Highlights .

Engagement Session. Beach. Fearless & Fun. Getting the Dress Dirty. Hong Kong.

Throwback to one of my earliest engagement shoots.

One of my favourite things about photographing couples, I get to know their stories on how they met, how they fell for each other and other sweet details - that makes my heart smile. You know what's in front of you is real and precious. Natural expressions and body language don't lie - smiling, nodding, gazing, leaning in. Priceless.

 

 

[ Z & P . Wedding ]

. Highlights .

Wedding Day. Getting Ready with Poodle & Best Friends. Hong Kong

I would like to start my first blog post with Z and P's getting ready shots. I would say one of my top favourite things to shoot for wedding is the getting ready part. The rings, the make up, the hair, the dress, the shoes...it is all the little things that come together to make a wedding happen the way that the couple wants it! I love capturing all the "behind-the-scene" shots because most of the time, bride and groom get ready separately so when they look at the photos later on, they would know exactly what have happened to one another before they meet that day and those are priceless memories.