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Category Archives: Weddings

Carlo and Angel’s Iloilo Wedding

He writes her letters. In longhand. And on their wedding day, this — “Then, ‘love’ was a fleeting concept. It came and went as it pleased. But with you, my heart stayed put… The beating of my>>

Paolo and Kelloggs’ Tagaytay Wedding

We first met these two at Kelloggs’ cousin’s wedding, which we also shot. We haven’t met them before because they booked us online, so it was a pleasant surprise. They came up to>>

Christopher and Heidi’s Amanpulo Wedding

There is a special place in our hearts for Amanpulo. It’s peaceful, serene, and the most beautiful private island resort we know. White sand, incredibly clear turquoise waters, and impeccable>>

Richmond and Elaine’s Tagaytay Wedding

It feels great shooting weddings in families we’ve shot before. There’s history there for us, and familiar faces. It’s like coming back to a book we have loved before, and>>

Carlo and Anne’s Baguio Wedding

“For I would ride with you upon the wind, Run on the top of the dishevelled tide, And dance upon the mountains like a flame.” — W.B. Yeats Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9>>

Buko and Kitchie’s Wedding

Theirs was a stunning Modern Filipiana affair by the bay. The entourage bouquets by Vatel Manila, and the event styling by Dave Sandoval were both to die for, and Jason Magbanua‘s work on video>>

JV and Tata’s Montecito Wedding

On the morning of JV and Tata’s wedding, I learned that Tata was the first Editor-in-Chief of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine here in the Philippines. I needed a good few minutes to let that>>

Dance.

Last Monday in Tagaytay. When I stepped out of the van that morning for Jon and Rica’s wedding, the fog was so thick, I could barely see two meters ahead of me. But here’s a little>>

Atsushi and Monica’s Wedding

These two were set to be married August 2 last year and we were booked to join them since 2013, but Monica had to undergo surgery and the wedding had to be postponed by a year. In a way — and>>

Anton and Ana’s Tagaytay Wedding

We first met Anton and Ana over Skype, as they were planning their Tagaytay wedding all the way from New York. I remember being smitten with Ana immediately, because really, that smile. I>>

Carlo and Patricia’s Wedding

Jeff and I remember Carlo and Patricia’s wedding as the elegant intimate wedding with hundreds of guests. I know that sounds strange, using the word “intimate” for a large wedding,>>

Ralph and Paula’s Wedding

You might know Ralph and Paula from their Sydney engagement shoot. If you haven’t seen that one yet, you should! I shared the story of how they met there, and Sydney is so beautiful it hurts.>>

Hands

I have this fascination with how people hold hands that I picked up from Jeff. We used to write each other letters during our senior year of high school, and he once told me you know you’ve>>

Henrik and Ria’s Wedding

Starting 2015 on this blog with Henrik and Ria’s crazy fun wedding. You might remember them from their Hong Kong engagement shoot last year. Been looking forward to this wedding for a long>>

Isabelle

I always say that more than just pretty pictures, I want grit, honesty, and rawness. Photographs that make me look twice, not to marvel at how elaborately they were orchestrated, but because they>>