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Maternity Portraits: May Goh


We love doing maternity portraits because it’s one of the most significant moments in the life of a couple and family. It also challenges our creativity. We get new opportunities to put their excitement into visual representation through photographs.

May and her husband Gentry spent an hour at our studio for this shoot. We had a couple of props and furnishings set up against different backdrops. They brought two little pairs of shoes and onesies to symbolise the twins they were expecting in December 2019. They also brought a few other accessories and the ultrasound scans too of course.

If you’re expecting soon, our founder Grace (who has two kids!) recommends scheduling your maternity portraits around 6-7 months into your pregnancy. You would probably have the most energy in your second trimester compared to the end of your third trimester. It’s the best time to look radiant and fresh in your photos too, much like how May does in hers. Scroll on to see how they “packaged” their Christmas gifts!

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Family Portraits: Teck Cheong & Kelly

Teck Cheong and Kelly are based in Singapore and they got in touch with us for a family photo shoot. It was to commemorate a few family milestones at that point of their lives. One of them was that Teck Cheong would be turning 50 soon! “I’d like these photos to celebrate and remember what God and the¬†family has given me!” he told us. So together with their girls Hannah and Hailey, I spent a whole morning with them and we took a stroll around Labrador Park for photos and later adjourned to Marina Keppel Bay for even more photos.

This particular bridge at Labrador was a walk down memory lane for Teck Cheong and Kelly because they took their wedding photos here in 1999! It was quite special to witness them reminiscing the start of their married life, this time with the girls being with them and imagining how their parents’ love story unfolded in these significant places.

– Grace.

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Styled Wedding Shoot at Colony Coworking Space, Kuala Lumpur

We teamed up with the wonderful people at Colony Coworking Space, Kuala Lumpur to make this gorgeous styled shoot happen. Yes, you read that right – its a co-working space that’s also a wedding venue! With a Canon camera and her favourite go-to lenses in hand, our founder Grace Tan spent a day capturing all the lovely details that were put together to bring a dream wedding to life. We even got to work with a few familiar faces as seen on Instagram! Here are some of our favourite shots from the day, taken around the premises.


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A Mother & Daughter Portrait Session at Home

We often get requests for family portraits where everyone dresses up and comes to our studio or we go to their homes. But once in awhile, we also get requests like this one from Allison. She invited us over for an afternoon just to capture the everyday moments that she shares with her daughter. We love how casual and laid back this set turned out, with lots of love and affection between mother and daughter. It was a real treat to follow them around the house, just capturing them in their element as they bonded over their usual activities at home… cooking, lounging by the pool, taking walks in the garden, or catching up over a glass of wine. We even managed to squeeze in a pillow fight! It’s often the simple moments shared with family that we treasure the most, and they’re also the ones that fly by the quickest. We’re so glad to be able to immortalise a few of these precious moments for Allison.

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Sustainable Weddings

Ever wondered how your wedding could affect the environment? It’s possible to do your part in protecting the earth by having a sustainable wedding! We teamed up with Association of Weddings Professionals Malaysia, EcoKnights, WWF and a group of amazing people to spread this important message through the Knot The Waste campaign in 2019.

Protecting nature is not ONE person’s responsibility. It is OURS. So tie the knot with a sustainable wedding! For yourself, and for our future generations. Here are some ways to make your wedding a sustainable one for our planet.

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