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4-16 Feb 2010 in Turkey!

We will be away from Hong Kong for the period of 4 - 16 Feb. Please send your enquiry to our email at We will get back to you as soon as we can.

Wishing all of you a happy Valentine's Day and a most prosperous Year of Tiger!!


I am more than happy to announce that I am now an official member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA). WPJA is a professional organization composed of photojournalists and wedding photographers from around the world. What they emphasize is having a candid, documentary approach and a distinctly artistic vision towards wedding photography. 

I feel so honoured to have attained this international recognition. Thank you so much to all my clients for letting me be a part of their important day and capture their most beautiful moments. I did not do it alone. My honour goes to all of them!

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Updates in Jan 2010

After much hard work in December we are kind of less busy in January. Most of the time we are working on the post-shooting job for the clients. In order to refresh my mind, I worked with two make-up artists and took two model sets with quite different feelings.

Date: Jan 8, 2010
Venue: Tai Wo
Model and Make-up Artist: Natalie


Date: Jan 11, 2009
Venue: Yuen Long Kam Tin
Model: Kennie
Make-up Artist: Kennie, Ka Yee

Besides portrait shooing, I was also invited to shoot some stage photos for the debut performance of 零與一劇團 at Sheung Wan Civic Centre last night. It was a great experience as I found out that it requires some skills to take good photos when the lighting varies for every scene. I also have to be alert when capturing the ever-changing facial expression of the protagonists and their movement on stage. Interesting!

Pre-wedding: Jill & Fai @ Shek O, Tai Tam & Central

Yesterday is the date I took pre-wedding shots for my design class classmate Jill and her husband Fai. It was freezing cold and overcast, yet this did not hamper their eagerness for this because they have been preparing for it a few months ago. I was accompanied by my partner Jomond and my new video partner Keli. Despite the severe cold wind, we all completed the shooting professionally. Keli especially made one short film for me. I took a glimpse at some of the cool shots and they were a wonder! I can't wait to see the final clip!

Date: December 18, 2009
Venue: Shek O, Tai Tam Reservoir & Central
The couple: Jill & Fai
Make-up Artist: Ekko

Happy Together: Wedding of May & River

May & River's wedding last Saturday was an untraditional one in that first there was no big red wedding invitation card. Instead they published it as a newspaper issue making their wedding a cover story. Second they wanted to make their wedding banquet a party where the spotlight went to the guests rather than solely on themselves. After a simple but solemn wedding ceremony at the Rosary Church Kowloon, all of us set out towards Jumbo Floating Restaurant for the party. It was held at the Top Deck where a casual Western buffet was served. With this East meets West setting, guests were free to dine in the antique indoor dining room or  gathered for a drink on the sofa at the deck outside.

As the couple emphasized, this was not just a wedding banquet, but it is also a Christmas party they prepared for all their dear family and friends. So apart from the usual cut cake and toasting ceremony, there were also games for the children and a Christmas draw for winding up the party. This was really a successful one as I can see all the guests had a great time! I must say this should be the warmest and most thoughtful wedding ceremony I have attended this year!

The couple: May & River
Date: December 12, 2009
Venue: Rosary Church Kowloon, Top Deck of Jumbo Kingdom

Pre-wedding: Stephanie & Michael @ Pokfulam

Last weekend was a busy weekend as I had to shoot two sets of pre-wedding photos in three days. And the 2 couples are quite an opposite. The pair shooted on last Friday wanted something new and experimental while the pair on Sunday wanted something more traditional. But this does not mean that this pair are boring guys. On the contrary, they are very talkative and humorous. And therefore our time passes quickly with lots of laughters and jokes. Another interesting thing about this set is that this was my first visit to the few heritage buildings. They are really nice places for taking good photos. We are so happy the couple love our choices too.

Date: December 6, 2009
Venue: Carmel School, University Hall & Cyperport
The couple: Stephanie & Michael
Make-up Artist: Ekko

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