Tag: Wedding Photography
Damien + Ain | The Halia @ Singapore Botanic Garden
The thing about love is that it transcends all differences, all cultures and all backgrounds. Love promotes understanding, communication and initiative. These are just some things we observed and lear...
Colin + Jodie | The Art House + Artemis
"Love is not definitions but examples." Jodie and Colin's special day consisted of many moments crossed between tears of joy and pride, laughters of reminiscence and hugs of kinship and friendship....
Keillian + Nicole | Fullerton
Family - the people we laugh with, live with, love with and lean on. Also, one of the very reasons why we celebrate love and union. For Keillian and Nicole, the wedding in Singapore was all about f...
Joel + Joanna | Wheeler’s Estate
"We see the comfort of the pair for they know that they've found someone who loves as equally, as sincerely and as fully." While many of us often get lost in the ups and downs of planning a wedding...
Donovan + Cassandra | Brass Lion Distillery
"We hope that Donovan and Cassandra's wedding works can showcase how wonderful and unique smaller celebrations can be. It brings out the best of humanity and love no less than a big celebration. In fa...
Sean + Dawn | CHIJMES
Whether it's walking from one point to another, up to the stage or just from table to table, Sean always had Dawn's hands in his, and his hands around her.
Fernweh | St Petersburg, Russia
"And that's when the shoot concept came to us - to depict strength and elegance of women with the use of heights and the golden light." One spirit of Kompactfaen that we try our best to uphold is t...
Elliot + Evangeline | Singapore
There's this magic about photographs to capture how emotions intertwine, to capture the movements unseen with the naked eye, and the silent words exchanged between two persons in love.
Nicole + Keillian | Hong Kong, Shatin
This is a celebration of the family we’re born into by blood, as well as the family we choose.
Elisha + Lenice | Ahava
There has always been an emphasis about making your wedding your own; finding your own meaning in the ceremonies you carry out on this eventful day.