May 21st, 2013
I have been featured on ParenThots Magazine again. This time the article is written about how photos, especially family portraits have evolved with the times. A lovely piece written by Sheela Chandran, hope you enjoy reading it.
Here’s the link to the article.
March 4th, 2013
If you’ve been wondering what I’ve been up to lately since there has been a slow down in my blog postings… well its because I’ve been busy with my “bun in the oven” and have currently completed 38 weeks of pregnancy.
Compared with my first pregnancy, I have not been so actively documenting each week or milestone. I guess the second time round I am a little more experienced and relaxed about the process, although just as excited as well as nervous about the arrival of the newborn. Anyway here’s a shot of me taken at approximately 35 weeks pregnant.
February 12th, 2013
I would like to take the opportunity to wish everyone Gong Xi Fa Cai! Have a very Happy Chinese New Year and may the coming snake year bring much love, prosperity and good health to you all and your families. In keeping with the Chinese New Year theme, here’s a photo of my 2 year old daughter modelling a cheong sam outfit.
December 28th, 2012
It has been a while since I posted anything on my blog as I’ve been really busy with family matters, travels etc. 2012 has been a wonderful year and I have much to be thankful for… family, friends, good health and countless blessings. The coming year has the potential for even more excitement and new changes, so roll on 2013.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!
June 8th, 2012
I was contacted recently by one of my previous pre-wedding portrait clients, Subha & Mahes to photograph their first pregnancy. Documenting a pregnancy is a beautiful process that encompasses a couple’s love for each other and for their forthcoming child. Such photos provide a lasting memory for the couple, and a source of fascination for their little one.
I took the pregnancy shots in a combination of outdoor and indoor settings. For the outdoor shots we headed to a park nearby their home and took some free and easy casual poses. The indoor portraits were photographed at their beautiful home which gave the portraits a pseudo studio effect. Do enjoy viewing these photos.
May 16th, 2012
I got to know Sasi recently when she booked me for a two hour outdoor portrait session at Putrajaya. Originally a few of her friends were to join her for the shoot, but after a night of partying with hardly any sleep, Sasi was the only one who could wake up on the Sunday morning. The beautiful buildings and Malay inspired designs formed a great backdrop for our shoot, and with agreeable weather we had a photo session which was both enjoyable and productive.
Having a beautiful slim figure like hers definitely helps to capture model like photos. Sasi who loves dancing was a real sport and we had such a fun time. Enjoy these sneak preview images of her.
Sasi, demure and ladylike wearing a headscarf
May 3rd, 2012
Here are some family shots I took recently of Bava and Venkat with their two boys, three year old Roopesh and six month old Pravanash. We chose Bukit Jalil Park as a location to get some shots of the little ones at play and some casual shots of the family as they spent some quality time together. Do enjoy viewing these images.
April 25th, 2012
Here are some portraits of Ameera photographed at her beautiful home at Taman Tun Dr Ismail on a lovely weekend with her father, Kevin and mother, Sarah. Ameera who is just four years old, is full of confidence and charisma with a contagious smile. Ameera was really excited to show me some ballet moves, her fun personality just shone through throughout. Hope you enjoy viewing some of these shots of Ameera and her family.
April 18th, 2012
Here are some portrait shots of Suneha along with her mother, Mindy and grandma, Harjit which I took in Putrajaya. Before a shoot I discuss with the client about any particular theme, concept or ideas they would like included in the session. Sometimes clients have a specific pose that they want captured, such as the mother and daughter close-up shot that Mindy requested.
We were blessed with good weather for the shoot, not too sunny even though we started late in the morning that day. Suneha was quite the photogenic child, a little shy at first which is not unusual during a photo session, but she soon warmed up to me. Do enjoy viewing these photos and feel free to contact me if you would like your family portraits captured.
April 10th, 2012
This is my second time photographing the Pui family, the previous time being an outdoor portrait session which can be viewed here. This time around I took an indoor portrait shoot of them at their residence in Puchong. It was a Chinese New Year themed photo session, hence the costumes and props.
It was great fun getting the little ones (Chrystabelle and Chrysander) to pose with the chinese lanterns, the red money packets and mandarin oranges at their residence in Puchong and they did a wonderful job. Hope you enjoy viewing these images.