Since I’ve had a a little time (actually ALOT) to think about what I want this blog / space to be, I’ve decided for this to be a journal of sorts. So it won’t be completely about my shoots and couples that I’ve met but also about our travels, home life and maybe even some little bits of cooking and crafting. Hoping to update this spot a little more from now onwards, so here’s to sticking to it!


Re-looking at my Japan photos from a year ago, I can't wait to go back (especially for some epic snowboarding) for food and more exploring and more food. Found more gems in the sets, this is why I put off editing till maybe 1 or 2 years later (excuses). This has got to be one of my favourite sets, I think. 


I've photographed Natalia ever since she was little and it was my absolute pleasure to have had the chance to capture these moments for two very dear friends of mine. I am so glad they are getting married in just under a month, and cannot wait to continue journeying through life with them. I believe that it was never pure coincidence that brought Laura back into my life in our uni days, only God could have orchestrated something as perfect as this. 

Life definitely works in funny but wondrous ways. 





This is what I love about Hong Kong. You can walk 200m down the road from your house, and find a perfectly quiet spot where people feel comfortable to be photographed, AND IT WOULD LOOK AMAZING. Laura and Ian flew up to visit and we spent a couple of half days just walking around, chilling, and getting some no-frills engagement shots in. These guys are one of the best(est) coffee-conversation buddies we have. Raw and honest, just how I like my friends and pictures.