Category: Photojournalism

Tim and Marianne

· October 29, 2015 · Photojournalism, Wedding

Tim and Marianne tied their knot at this beautiful weekends with the witness of their loved one. It was a blessed day of joy and laughter as we celebrate their love together!

Thank you for letting us share in this joyful day. We wish you all the best as you embark on this wonderful union. <3

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Tim and Marianne · · October 29, 2015 · 7:03 pm · Photojournalism, Wedding

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Abel & Wendy, celebration of love

· January 18, 2015 · Photojournalism, Wedding

Abel’s family just live across my house. I know about the family through Abel’s brother and we used to go to the same church. It is a privilege to be my neighbour’s wedding photographer and to be there to celebrate the love of Abel and Wendy, by capturing every moments on this joyous day! Blessings to the happy couple! May your commitment deepen, your joy increase, and your love grow stronger from this day forward.

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The wedding of Antonio & Emmalynna

· January 17, 2015 · Photojournalism, Wedding

It is a blessing to be born in this beautiful land of Sarawak, and a privilege to capture significant moments for other ethnic groups. I am always fascinated by the dance, the songs and especially the sound of the Sape. And through this wedding, I have witness the Holy Matrimony (so much tears) of both Antonio and Emmalynna, and the traditional ceremony during the banquet. It is a day full of joy and blessing. With warm congratulations to a very special pair. May you always find in each other the love, laughter and happiness that only partners in life share! God bless!

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The wedding of Antonio & Emmalynna · · January 17, 2015 · 10:17 pm · Photojournalism, Wedding

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Adrian and Linda

· September 11, 2014 · Photojournalism, Wedding

Adrian and Linda’s big day is just a month before mine. I felt reluctant at first to pick up the assignment, but thanks to Juliana for giving me such an opportunity. It was a great collaboration with Juliana and Matt from Vantage Productions, and also Flynn from Flygrafix. After taking a long break from wedding photography, it is really refreshing to be able to pick up the gear again.

The weather of the day is excellent and the whole team is looking forward to capture the appointed day of Adrian and Linda. The morning sun and the renovation site gave me an idea to shoot the bride’s shoes and the rings outdoor. Juliana even brought the gown out to make the whole outdoor theme complete!

The whole process from morning to night is a magical journey. It is indeed a privilege to be able to witness and also to capture the most important moment of these wonderful couples. My tears almost welled up when both of them make their vow in front of God and witnessed by their loved one. Such immense emotion!

Like today, may every day of your life be filled with love, sympathy and compassion! May you find the base of your relationship as firm as a rock! God bless both of you, Adrian and Linda!

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Adrian and Linda · · September 11, 2014 · 9:34 pm · Photojournalism, Wedding

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Gold Coast, Surfer Paradise

· April 13, 2014 · Photojournalism, Travel

I am grateful that my bro brought me along to join him when he is invited as the GOH for FURDU 2014. As the plane touched down, the night view of the city-scape is already breathtaking. What more to take a stroll along the sea side as the breeze come along the way. The wind and the sun is nonetheless different from Malaysia. We were terrified when the wind actually broke our umbrella, and we literally got sun burnt at the theme park. I do love the lifestyle here. It is casual, and relax. And the shops close relatively early here. Basically, there is nothing to see after 5pm! Even theme park closes at 5pm too.

 

I do miss this place and the people I met during the convention.

PS: Too bad I am not the lover of the western food. I miss Malaysian food so badly after a few days, and got sick after too much chips intake >,<

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Gold Coast, Surfer Paradise · · April 13, 2014 · 9:59 pm · Photojournalism, Travel

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Australia Day

· January 26, 2014 · Event, Photojournalism

This is the very first time the Curtin Sarawak is celebrating the Australia Day. A casual day with great tucker, barbie snag and great hangout with friends and family members 🙂

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Australia Day · · January 26, 2014 · 11:20 pm · Event, Photojournalism

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Curtin Sarawak Open Day 2013

· September 16, 2013 · Photojournalism

Thousands of Mirian flooded the campus while enjoying the sunshine at this special annual event, the Curtin Sarawak Open Day 2013. While walking through the campus, every canopies has something special to offer. From food, to games, innovation expo and the charity booth, every participants put their best to showcase what they got for the public.

As for myself, it was an exciting day. From covering the official opening ceremony to capturing the faces of people and the exploring of the moments, the shutter kept making the joyful sound. I haven’t been shooting for that long after resting from event photography for quite sometime. It was tiring, but am convinced that the passion in the blood is once again being ignited. Here are some of the moments that I specially like, from BW to Color 🙂 Hope you like it too!

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Curtin Sarawak Open Day 2013 · · September 16, 2013 · 9:22 pm · Photojournalism

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Lost in Translation: Faces of Korea

· September 21, 2012 · Photojournalism

As you dip deeper into the Korean culture, you will find everything is revealing right before your eyes. What you are about to see is their true colors. Exposed and real.

This is the thing that a tour is unable to provide you. In a tour, you will be well protected, pampered and maybe even covered up. You might lost touch of a certain place you had visited because most of the time, you will be sleeping on the bus, eat and take photos as you arrived the destination. Everything you see might be just a beautiful planned packaging. And what the tour guide told you is but a tale that had been “beautify” or “modified”.

Not so, if you are going on a free and easy trip. Our first day is quite a pain when we experienced the rudeness and the non-English speaking taxi drivers. For a time, we thought this whole trip was a total disaster. And then the accommodation. It is cheap but the quality is really under our expectation! The room is super small and the condition is just in a bad shape.

Other than that, I still enjoy this trip, a lot. I love the scenery, the weather, the food and the time we hopped around in the subways and the challenging non-English buses! It is a bitter and sweet experience, yet it is also a satisfying one when you see that the itinerary is being fulfilled as planned.

This time around, I decided to try something I never did before. Street photographing 🙂 Capturing the faces of people and the expressions are a whole new thing to me. I got scolded sometime, but it is not a big deal after all since I don’t understand them at all LOL. Anyway, enough words and let’s enjoy the pictures~

A rare scene in the metro train where a middle age woman selling scarf. I got scolded for taking this shot.

 

Another middle age man selling some house hold item that can clean the block sink.

 

The middle age man approached his potential customers in the train.

 

It is pleasant to see old folks chatted excitedly in the train.

 

Morning scene in the train.

 

Waiting at the platform for the next train.

 

Look carefully into the reflections.

 

Scenery at the train’s platform.

 

Scene in the train.

 

Royal guards in front of the Gyeongbokgung palace.

 

Outdoor learning at the Gyeongbokgung palace.

 

The everyday path that we will take from our hotel to the Yongsan station.

 

The dog owner.

 

The whimsical ice cream man.

 

A beggar at the street of Insadong.

 

Faces in Insadong.

 

Faces in Insadong.

 

Somehow, I think Korean couples are more romantic. Maybe it is because of the drama.

 

Sitting at the bench is always an advantage to take shot like this.

 

Faces in Insadong.

 

Child.

 

Kids enjoying the things they like.

 

Spontaneous shot as the lady hug the child.

 

The girls are preparing themselves for the street performance.

 

Even though the instruments look simple, the music they play is very intriguing.

 

Scene on the road.

 

A group of Taekwando kids passed us by when we are entering into the Namsangol Hanok Village.

 

Children playing in front of the entrance.

 

A child sitting in front of village’s door.

 

We are lucky to see a couple, wearing the traditional costumes, having their pre-wedding shots at the Village.

 

The wrong way can be the right way. Bumped into the marathon racers on our journey to the Namsan park.

 

Marathon racers.

 

Road scene.

 

A group of children visiting the Everland theme park.

 

 

Lost in Translation: Faces of Korea · · September 21, 2012 · 11:23 pm · Photojournalism

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