I shoot for Transmarco (and other companies) for their company dinner and awards night.Â Transmarco are best known as the distributor of Hush Puppies. I have to say they have a fantastic creative team on board as every year they surprise me. This years concept was fancy dress with a fairy tale theme. Everyone put in a big effort to look great. The night included a magician, talent quest as well as awards for performance through out the year as well as best costume and act.Â Whoever is working in their HR department I would have to say they are doing a great job building team spirit! I know you will enjoy the images below.
A beautiful Hindu wedding celebrated at the Holiday Villa in Subang Jaya and then a banquet at the Eastin Hotel in Petaling Jaya. Due to the size of the wedding we decided on three of us to be in the photography team for the day. This enabled us to photograph from many angles without having to struggle to maneuver around the guests. They loved their photos and their mum went on to use them in advertising for her wedding business.
Andrew and Joanna contacted me to come over to Northern Ireland to be their wedding photographer. We had shot for some of their friends down here in Malaysia, where they met us the first time,Â and they loved our work so much (or maybe it was our comparatively cheap prices) that they were very keen for us to pop on over to Ireland. We stayed in a fantastic place in central Belfast called Benedicts Hotel. If you are headed to Belfast IÂ thoroughly recommend the place. Awesome cooked Irish breakfast every morning and the place is a party house every night with the pub usually packed and most Irish love to share a pint and have a chat. Sunday lunch features a traditional Irish band singing all the favourites. You can also hire aÂ car from fairly close by so you can go for a jaunt up the Antrim coast. Well worth it. I WILL be back.
The wedding was held outside Belfast in a small town called Bangor. Bangor had been on my list of places to visit since I was a kid thanks to a rollicking ditty by a group called “Fiddlers Dram”. The Clandeboye Lodge is a nice venue for weddings and has been set up to cater specifically for them. There is an upstairs area for ceremonies and another location for the reception/wedding breakfast. Both families were so much fun and we had a ball covering the day. Big thanks for a memorable time!
Final note: I LOVE Ireland. The Irish are some of the friendliest people I have ever met. If you are having a wedding in Ireland, do drop me a line.
Brides shoes always says something special about the bride
The wedding gown was very pretty
The wedding ring
Bride was greeted by the priest
The groom and his best man sharing some final words of advice.
This photo shows the wedding ceremony area in the Clandeboye
Another view of the wedding are at the Clandeboye
Signing the instrument of marriage
The flower girls watching with great interest
The bridal party
Done! Time to celebrate.
The BIG group photo
The boys having fun in their kilts
The couple share a quiet moment…
….until they spotted us
The matron of honour is one of our former brides from Malaysia. Thank you for the recommendation 🙂
The kids nearly stole the show
Just too cute!
Classic portraiture around the gardens
The buildings are also great for portraits
The handsome groom
The wedding cake was very tasteful
Couple cutting the wedding cake
Beers with friends. Nice way to celebrate a wedding and to chill.
Danny and Kirsty celebrated their wedding day in January 2009 with traditional Chinese tea ceremonies and then followed up with a wedding banquet in the Grand Lagoon ballroom at Sunway resort hotel and spa. This wedding was full of emotion and a really fun experience. I believe it was this wedding that convinced me to start packing ear plugs for the traditional fire crackers we;come committee.
Please note the following images have been transferred from my old site when we were all “ Internet load speed” compromised. That’s a fancy way of saying that they are of lower resolution than more recent weddings. Think of them as being “mobile device optimised” as they look great on the phone.