Discover our unique approach to Actual Day Wedding Photojournalism.
We do not influence nor interfere and above all, we do not change a story the way it was meant to be told. A wedding is a wonderful script on his own. As Wedding Photojournalists, we are merely observers of a very momentous event, documenting the unique moments that naturally unfold…the unscripted way.
Davis & Samm // St John’s Chapel / Kodak TRI-X 400
Alain & Kristine // Flutes at National Museum, Singapore / Kodak TRI-X 400
Call us purists but we insist that every emotion has to be real. Absolutely no moments must be staged. This is after all a real wedding for real people. This is not a movie nor a stage play.
Adam & Charlotte // Tanarimba, Janda Baik
Ganesh & Peiying // The Projector, Singapore
Photographers are silent observers. The more unnoticed we are, the better for us. We like to think of ourselves as hunters. We wait patiently for a moment to unfold, and when it happens, we hit the shutter and trap that very memory into our little camera box, all this while the subject is totally oblivious of our presence.
Justine & Brian // The White Rabbit, Singapore
Reuben & Samantha // Rayavadee Krabi / Kodak TRI-X 400
Munesh & Punitha // Sri Thendayuthapani Temple / CineStill 800T
Sidhaesh & Julia // Sri Mariamman Temple / Kodak TRI-X 400
Brian is an astute observer of the human psyche, and there is a poignancy about his photographs that words cannot describe.
– Adrian & Kelly
Joshua & June // Villa Bayuh Sabbha, Bali / Kodak TRI-X 400
David & Narima // Senja Cashew CC / Kodak TRI-X
Tom & Emily // St Margaret’s Church, East Wellow, UK / Fuji Press 800
Wendee & Carsten // True Blue, Singapore
Ian & Alicia // Fullerton Boat House / Kodak TRI-X
Anyone can take a picture but Brian captures an atmosphere.
– Reuben & Samantha
Justin & Sabrina // Church of Divine Mercy / Ilford HP5+
Thomas & Jennifer // Raffles Hotel
Wee Keong & Carman // The White Rabbit / Kodak Portra 160
Imagine my surprise when I found out that they were caught on film photography rather than the ubiquitous digital ones. I was adamant that he be my photographer.
– Kevin & Noraini