All posts tagged unscripted

Look what I found?!

A ‘cobra’…

Red is for Ruby

While colored stones are not common among Singaporean brides, I have seen quite a number of brides in the last 2 years with Sapphire engagement…


It is said that it takes about 21 days to form a new habit. While blogging isn’t new, but I never really got to make…


This is how a photographer’s brain work (at least for me)

The moment before one succumb to their emotions. There was this uncomfortable tension, unlike those where people just hug and cry. The kind that makes…


One more for the weekend. Something I really like from the wedding.

The most important skill in life

If not the most important, at least one of the most important. Smile. In the years of shooting weddings, the ones that makes me smile…

Be like that guy

When you grow up, be like that guy. No, not the one with the camera:D

Happy Monday

It’s a brand new week and this is going to be eat week. Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 5 days of feasting. Here’s an…

Processed food

The undying trend of ‘before i eat my food’ photography.


Somewhat a coincidence.

How did you remember the wedding?

I was flying… like wheeeeeeeeee! And there was evidence:)

The wait

Well, actually the wait is on my side. When it finally fell into place, I was making invisible fist pumps and chest thumps. The kind…


The interesting stuff we see at weddings 😀

The other photographer

So damn hot these days… the rare times I am actually glad I am sitting behind the computer editing. It’s seriously burning out there…

Guoyong and Peiyu

Another sort of simple affair to share (or according to them… what started as a really simple affair). It’s not everyday that you can turn…

Happier without the tech

It’s been a long long time since I touched this blog. No it’s not dead, I was just really busy and somewhat neglected this. Here’s…

The wedding singer

Today is the third day of 2016 and I’m feeling a little nervous, a little excited and quite looking forward to the rest of it.


Some say good things come in pairs. Better when intertwined. Bride holding her mother’s hands upon returning home for tea ceremony.

Hello Prosperity!

I know when I see one:)

The bride, the groom and the goddess

Sometimes divine help is needed to nail shots like this.

The hands that raised you

Those hands will raise one last time before the responsibility is handed over to the groom.

In sync

Visually, this is the kind of stuff that I like.

Tea Ceremony

I’m not a big fan of taking photos for the sake of ‘because everyone else is doing it’ or ‘because the last time I did…

A lazy Monday

The weekend went by in a flash. 2 weddings and a book launch. Caught up a bit on the bad news on social media before…

Those once in a blue moon moments

The chances of this kind of images happening is probably like taking a random shot of the night sky and catching the ISS passing by….

Jason and Cara

I’m having a simple wedding streak. Simplicity does not only mean simple set ups or fuss free celebrations. Having time to yourself itself is simplicity. Make…


Like the Mars rover, if you leave kids running around at a wedding ceremony, you get unexpected results. Sometimes, a gem or two.

Rings please

Just before putting the ring on the bride’s finger, the symmetry force is strong here. Keep looking.

Simon and Mary

A small wedding held at the gallery of Marriot Hotel. Simple set up, relaxed pace and beautiful people. A formula for a great wedding.

Hi Sir, do you mind moving in a little please?

I was near the stage, waiting for the bride to walk down the aisle with her father. An elderly gentleman, several rows away from me,…


Catching a moment

Catching the moment is more satisfying than making the moment. I liken it to people falling in love by chance as opposed to being matchmade….

Wai Quen and Poh Ling

A simple wedding full of emotions. Like I always say, the people makes the wedding.

Stars aligned

There are moments and there are moments that are pre planned. I saw the composition that I wanted, took a shot with the page boy…

Father, daughter.

A fleeting eye contact, but emotions felt were long lasting.

Wedding of Marius and Wanwen

A very unique setting for a wedding in a black and white colonial house. Set up done by Anna and her team from Spellbound. Simple,…

Vintage memories

The bride’s room reminds me of my old rented place in Serangoon Gardens. I love the frosted glass and window grills that were so popular…


I can’t say I know that feeling. But I can imagine it like seeing a loved one to the airport. It takes a parent to…

Wedding of Vincent and Jacyn

Every time I look back at a set of wedding images, I always marvel at how simple a wedding looks. Everything looks like it fell…

Behind the scenes

This doesn’t always happen, but I always have my camera ready when it does get this interesting.

When all things fall in place.

Symmetry. One of the things that always catches my eye. This is not perfect, but it rarely gets better than this.

Observing traditions.

Over the many years that I have been shooting, I have seen countless ways of observing traditions. To the point that when someone asks me,…

One. Going to get married

After parking my car and getting out of the carpark, I saw the couple getting out of the wedding car. There, the scene is just…

Tim and Nicole

Loving those smiles.


There is so much going on in this image. One of those that I really like.

Ready, “let’s do it”

There is something about this image that I really like but can’t quite describe it.

Behind the scenes

The kind I like to see. To me, the red socks made this image.

Veiled Scarlet

Someone commented ‘Veiled scarlet’ when I posted this on Instagram. I like that.


It’s always good to see old friends (who are not that old) at weddings. Funny thing is we just met for a Christmas lunch about…

Best friends

Always keeping a look out for moments like these. So much to look at in one picture.

Getting busy

The couple in the room getting ready for the next segment of the wedding.

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