Month: July, 2009
My sister came to me one day to introduce her colleague to me. Stella was interested in engaging Median Labs as her wedding photographer this coming August. Her fiancee, Jim, is currently working back and forth between KL and Sarawak. So, to get him down in Miri for a pre wedding shoot was quite unpredictable. The moment he’s back, we quickly made arrangements for the shoot.
Part of the shoot was at their old school where they both used to study but were in different years. So, it was kinda a reminisence/nostalgic moment for them.
They were like “I used to sit there!” … “Our class garden used to be here!” … “Hey, that’s where my science lab used to be!”
So to Jim & Stella, have a wonderful time ahead and see you at the wedding!
Shooting a chinese wedding has never been an easy task. You have the tea pouring ceremony, ‘torture’ session, tea ceremony again etc.. But with clients like Jon & Oly, they just make your job easier. They’re fun, funny, thoughtful and lots more that can’t be said! They’re like everyone’s bestfriend.
To Jon and Olivia, congratulations and have a wonderful married life!
*I was shooting on the groom’s side. Check out the bride’s shots in Ian’s blog..
What better way to decorate your family fridge other than pictures of your children and grandchildren.
The groom trying to negotiate with the the bride’s sisters who asked him to say “I Love You” in 5 different languages…
…and he managed to pull it off..
And the torturing starts here…
…with cream crackers and WASABI!
By the looks on his face, you can tell how regret he felt for helping the groom..
Task #2: Eat extra sweet sweet the lolipop.
Jon giving ang pau, thinking he could bribe Oly’s sisters to open the door..hehe..
The relatives looking on..
And then the groom got the bride..
The tea ceremony and church wedding begins.
Feeding each other Mee Sua.
Gadreal & Shalina got engaged on the 6th of December last year. As their photographer during that time, we were once again engaged to cover their wedding early last June. Wedding was done in KEC and evening reception at the Imperial Ballroom.