Anand and Dhashaini’s Ceylonese Wedding Ceremony at Kalamandabam Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. View the slideshow for more pictures of the wedding ceremony: See the cinematic video montage by our videography team
Wow, it’s been about 7 months since my last post on the blog! You’ve probably had those days before, when work just comes pouring in until you have no time
Beng Beng and Wai Ping’s traditional Chinese wedding, complete with loud firecrackers and the customary obstacle course where the groom (and his groomsmen) are tortured before being given access to
You may remember Ashvind and Sinthi’s pre-wedding photos that appeared on my blog earlier. Emotion in Pictures is also the wedding photography team for their Ceylonese Hindu wedding ceremony at
A traditional Chinese wedding would not be complete without a tea ceremony and an obstacle course put up by the bride’s friends. Thankfully Wesley and his groomsmen had it easy
The marriage registration ceremony of Kai and Ruth at the Jalan Duta JPN office, which was nicely decorated with floral arch, and details that seemed to nicely match the couple’s chosen
The beautiful church wedding of Wei Hwang and Lavinia at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Setapak. A wedding made beautiful by God. We were simply there to document His
Sujean and Rekha’s wedding was a Hindu Malayalee Indian wedding ceremony at the Sri Sakthi Easwary temple. Malayalee weddings are typically shorter ceremonies so we had to really work fast
Ashvind and Sinthi are a really cute couple who were referred to me by another couple that we photographed earlier. They were looking for a package that included prewedding photography and
The Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Brickfields was where Julian and Jessica said their wedding vows in front of family and friends, who came from all over the world to
The recent prewedding photo session for Wei Hwang and Lavinia at a beautiful location in Kuala Lumpur. It might as well remain a secret because not everyone will be able
The Catholic church wedding of Allan and Michelle at the Church of Visitation in Seremban. Church wedding photography is one of the key strengths of our team. Because we shoot
I love church weddings because they are so meaningful. The beautiful Christian wedding of Chin Anh and Wing Yan at FGA Church Kuala Lumpur was filled with emotion and tears
Marcus and Janice celebrated their union at Grand Millennium Hotel, Kuala Lumpur together with family and close friends who flew all the way from Melbourne to share this special day.
Shannon and Victoria’s beach wedding at the luxurious Andaman Langkawi was blessed with great weather right up to the end of the wedding ceremony, after which thunder and rain sent
Wei Siang and Jean, both doctors working in the UK, celebrated their union at a beautiful garden wedding at the Putrajaya Marriott.
Nevin and Durga who are working in Perth, Australia were married at the St Thomas More Church in Subang Jaya, and hosted their reception at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel.
Lina and Terence’s wedding is the very first Malay wedding I have photographed, so this is quite a milestone in my wedding photography career. The celebrations spanned across two days,
Guhan and Katherine returned from the United States for their traditional Indian wedding ceremony at the Kalamandapam temple here in Brickfields.
Colin & Yee Xing’s wedding celebrations at the classy Capella Hotel in Singapore. Filled with laughs during the ‘pick-up-the-bride’ event and charged with emotion at the dinner reception. View the
Oliver & Geradline’s beautiful and touching wedding at Holy Rosary Church in Brickfields, followed by a classy and casual reception at Tamarind Springs.
This was my first time photographing a wedding at the HGH Convention Centre in Sentul. Dr Vijendran and Dr Gaayathri’s traditional Malayalee Indian wedding on 14 December 2011. The wedding
Ravi and Veena’s traditional Indian wedding at Bangunan Peladang on 10th December 2011.
Dr Lingesh and Dr Amirtha, both doctors working in New York, flew home to Malaysia for their Ceylonese Indian wedding on 4th December 2011 at the Sri Sakthi Easwari temple.
Sean and Grace (who hails from Hong Kong) began their journey as husband and wife on a very popular date 12.11.11 (a good alternative to 11.11.11 which was a Friday).
Daniel & Melissa’s wedding spanned across 2 days, starting with a church wedding at the Sacred Heart Church in Jalan Peel, followed by a Chinese wedding and tea ceremony, and
Raymond and Christina were married at Zion Lutheran Church, one of my favourite churches to photograph at, simply because it feels so cosy. Their reception venue was also a great
Vignesh and Durga, who live in Sydney, Australia, were joined in marriage at a traditional Indian wedding ceremony at the Sathya Sai Baba Centre in Seremban 2.
A pre-wedding portrait session with Sean and Grace at a remote little village somewhere near Rawang 🙂