• Personal,  Travel

    Simply stunning. Simply Santorini.

    26th December was our first year wedding annniversary.  I have always wanted to take Ling, my adorable wife to a special place for our anniversary .  I chose Santorini island.  A small island in Greece.  I have had Santorini on my mind for a long time.  I have heard that it is not only a good place for photography (hehe) but also has one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.  The night before we departed, I asked Ling to pack her bags and said I was taking her to a special place.  She didn’t know where we would be heading until we checked in at the Newcastle Airport.  Surprise!!!  Ling has been helping me a lot ever since I started my photography…

  • Travel

    Basking in Borneo Bliss

    Before heading to Kuala Lumpur for a wedding assignment, we decided to make a trip to Brunei to visit our parents.  It was my second time visiting this country in Borneo.  The first time was back in 2004.  That time, I didn’t get to see much due to limited time there.  This time, however, is totally different.  We had more time to plan the trip and explore the country. Our first stop was to visit the Royal Regalia Museum that houses the precious gifts given to the Sultan of Brunei by leaders from all over the world.  This was followed by a visit to the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, most popularly…

  • Landscapes,  Travel

    The Heart of Hadrian's Wall

    During this Easter holiday, I managed to find time to do something else apart from editing client’s photos. Of course, I wouldn’t forget to carry the camera (my second wife)! We drove 50 mins to the place called Hadrian Wall (Western Great Wall of China). Although, the weather wasn’t nice, I managed to captured some Landscape photos. If there was a wedding couple in the scene, it would be perfect shot of the day. 🙂  

  • Portraits,  Travel

    A Visit to Leicester

    I haven’t seen Anil since he came back to UK after attending our wedding in Hong Kong. It was great to meet him, his parents and sister. It took me about 4 hours to drive to Leicester from Newcastle (including short break for 1 hour in service). It was a great re-union. It felt like when we were in Hong Kong again. Not only we had chance to see him, but also his lovely parents and sister. While I was there, we also did a family portrait photoshoot for them.After meeting Anil and his family, now I understand why he is so healthy because his mum’s cooking is just second…