I’ve been resisting doing this for a long time but I’ve decided to relaunch my wedding blog for a fresh start and even fresher photography. It is sad that I have to move on from LJ, so I’m toying with the idea of doing double posts, though we’ll see how that works out.
This is my first post after my return from the States, which gave me a much needed respite from the hustle and bustle in Singapore. There, I had ample time to think through many things, and part of what you see here is a result of that. For those who don’t know yet, I did a lot of photojournalism work there and completed a documentary during my stay in Columbia.
Jordi, a French lawyer and Weeling are about as close to my favouritest couple in ’10 after Charlene & Renhui. Both of them are based in China, and it is easy to forget who they are with all their silly little antics and spontaneous energy.
I love this wedding because it keeps the essential traditions and yet, differentiates itself from most others. Waking up at 4am is tough (Weeling is Teochew), but we were able to take some time off the crowd and go around Singapore to make some photographs that I thought reflected the hidden gems that we often overlook in our sunny island.