Saturday, November 26, 2011


Travelled some 4,035.37km all the way from Bangalore, India to accomplish his short assignment base in Malaysia, Vinay ties the passion in photography with us throughout his tenure in this truly diversify country.
You may also want to know, Vinay (not CANON) is a mechanical engineer, a blogger, an art sketcher, a marathon runner and without any doubt, a passionate photographer. As it has come almost to an end for his assignment, we would like to present our friendship in the form of images captured (only his photos!) as special gift for remembrance.
Our six-sense keeps telling the next time to see his image would be on FORBES magazine. Finger-cross, hoping genuinely we would have been given the opportunity to photograph his corporate portraiture one day in India.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

DAYANG is my name

Argghh…..the initial photography session set was postponed a day later due to monsoon rain, AGAIN! Such a blessing in disguise, we were however, been rewarded with spectacular clear weather coupled with the most beautiful sunshine ever seen in life so far to make this session a triumph. Thanks to the kindness of mighty weather god.
Dayang is indisputably born to be photographed, full of potential, truly. Let’s enjoy the show.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

[Sara + Charles] Wedding Fiesta

WOW…wow….and big wows for Sara & Charles’s magnificent wedding dinner bringing so much of fun and laughs. Your wedding venue set-up is one of the most glorious we’ve ever seen in this humble town of Bintulu. The invited VIPs & wide crowd of guests from various industries is certainly an eye opening, for superior networks cum social recognitions. Your wedding announcement was covered in most, if not all, local newspapers when we woke up the next morning.
There was too much of love about this grand fiesta. The love of friends and family, we trust you guys enjoyed the ultimate dinner with great excitements.

Friday, November 11, 2011


We know tropical weather particularly at end of the year is volatile. Never that cavernous in experience our programme been impacted by monsoon rain that we have to maneuver our conceptual approaches.
Thhia Abby, a multilingual Sarawakian teacher by profession endured with the strong tropical blow and wetted herself sweeping along Kuching High Court colonial style passageway. Our camera has no way either to flee in contact with rainwater, and we’re pleased the Nikon worked well throughout the entire session.
Here are couples of our favourite images publish in advance for preview.