Archive for December, 2009

kids that rock part 2

Hello folks! It’s the end of the year. Managed to keep to the deadlines and did my last wedding of the year today. It was awesome! Having activities packed back to back, I barely had time to reflect what has gone past in the last 12 months. I guess I’ll have to do that and the new year resolutions at the new place. So what’s in store for the new year. On New Year’s day itself will be shopping, shopping and more shopping for stuff needed for the new place. And yes, I can’t wait to move in!:D

A note to all my clients from the past year, I can’t thank you guys enough for your patience and support. Words cannot express (maybe can, but my vocab is lousy) what I feel about you guys. Big wedding, small wedding, above water, under water… you guys rock!:D

Here’s wishing everyone a very Happy New Year and a great year ahead! Keep the passion burning! In work and in love:D

And here’s one reason why you should have kids. They rock!:D

kids that rock part 1

Milk… what milk?:D

Chill guys, it’s under adult supervision. I guess, we all celebrate the same way, young or old.

RAD things!

On the new place: My RAD couch was in yesterday. It looks HAWT!!! Made some changes to the original arrangements and figured out what lights I’d need as well. Things seem to be falling in place once the basic furnitures are in. I can’t wait to move in in early January!

One of my new year resolution would be, to post something at least once every 2 days. It’s not easy, but hey, let’s see if I make it!:) Here’s an image from a Pre-wedding shoot.


I was wondering if I should post this. This is after all, where my clients come to see my work:) Someone (and then followed by alot of other people…) once asked me, “so… what’s your style?”. Reminds me of the interviews where the interviewers go, “so… tell me more about yourself?”. Duh… “I’m five foot five, weighs one hundred and twenty five pounds, smart (read: gao keng), possess excellent communication skills, etc… and believe that you will hire me with double my expected salary”. When you ask a question, you more or less expect certain kind of answers. So I wonder, what kind of answers do other photographers give when you ask “what’s your style?” “Journalistic”, “avant garde” or “boomz”?

If a picture tells a thousand words, one should be able to see it from the portfolio. I guess it’s easier when someone ask, “so why did you shoot this (pair of hands, legs or some other parts of the body… sounds like my style:P)? I will tell you when you are here:)

Alright, so here’s the picture that kinda made me stop while I was editing to have a good laugh. I remember I wasn’t going after that waiter, but he showed up in my frame and I can’t help but focus on him instead. The result cracked me up a little at that time.

Here I wish all readers a Merry (Marry) Christmas!:D I’ll leave the New Year greetings on another post… don’t waste:P

I love clients who live to laugh:)

What are you looking for?

Christmas is round the corner and I have yet experienced the buzz going around Orchard Road. People have been telling me about the jams, humans, cars and shopping bags. Looks like I’m missing out alot of good deals in town. For me, I have been shuttling between furniture shops, new place, lighting shops, electronic marts, etc. I didn’t know I NEED to get so much stuff.

I have decided I’m going to take this one step at the time. Furnitures in first, lights, movers then pick the pictures to put up. A few more assignments before the year concludes and I’m happy to say that… it’s been a really good year with some freaking awesome clients. Now, here’s a picture that I really like. The lady in red top is the bride’s mum. I love how this is being framed. Somehow, I would like this to be on my wall.


fresh air II

I wasn’t really sure when I was asked to shoot. I have to say, I am pretty satisfied with the results. Totally enjoyed it.

fresh air

One from this morning’s shoot. Something different, like the morning breeze:)