I must admit, It is an awesome feeling to see my work published in the number 1 Asian Lifestyle and Wedding Magazine in UK. However, none of this would have been possible without Rakhee, Jack, their families, friends and all the other vendors involved. Thank you!
Oh and the wedding that caught my eyes all those years ago was that of DJ Neev, a Mid-morning & Kisstory show presenter on Kiss FM who happened to be one of Rakhee’s bridesmaids. How cool is that?! I think the first words I said to her were, “I could be wrong but was your wedding published in an issue of Asiana Wedding Magazine by any chance?” “Yes it was, a little while ago” was her reply.
This is how Rakhee and Jack’s wedding looks in the latest issue of the magazine – if you were at the wedding, I recommend you get yourself a copy to check out Rakhee and Jack’s lovely story.
As a whole, 2014 was an interesting year on a personal and professional level, it was an adventure – challenging and fun. I believe I found consistency within my body of work and I aim to build on from there. I also experimented a little bit and even wrote a few reviews along the way. This post is dedicated to everyone one that was part of my 2014 in one way or another.
The clients that trusted me and those that still keep in touch. Ashley + Garret, Rakhee + Jack, Sylvana + Jeremy etc etc. All you guys are awesome!
The strangers I met on my travels, Jamaica, Morocco, Spain, France etc were good to me.
The fellow professionals I got to know during the course of the year.
Special mention to MirrorLessons, Thomas Menk & Patrick at Fujirumors for their constant source of inspirational content and support of my work. Marc at Fujifilm UK for the guest post on their blog and plugging my work out there too. Johnny and Rebecca Patience for allowing me to test and review Rebecca Lily Pro Set 3 Lightroom Presets and everyone that I met at the first LDNWLK. Every one that reached out via email/twitter just to say hi!
I put this post together to say Thank You, you made it what is was. // Images, the usual combo: X-Pro 1 + 35mm & X100S, there are one to two images with the 18mm & the 56mm lenses in the mix as well as some iPhone fun stuff.
Gracias, diviértete en 2015.
London Documentary Wedding Photographer, V.