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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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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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Family Portraits: The Full Works

Everyone plays a part in making the family what it is – a place of security and lots of love and laughter! So whenever we’re asked to do family portraits, we take extra effort to spend time with everyone – from the littlest child to the most senior couple. It’s so important that we get to photograph moments between various family members during the shoot. The result? A fantastic collection of of memories to treasure together! Frame these up or print them in an album on your coffee table – you say it, we’ll do it!

Here’s a glimpse from the collection taken with Joyce and her family at our studio.


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Maternity Body Art: Ino

Pregnancy belly painting is a beautiful art form and we had the privilege of witnessing an artist creating her art on Ino’s beautiful belly. I do not know who created this idea in the first place, but we do love the final result! I think there’s so much to explore in this genre and would love to photograph more of these types of maternity portraits. Since we live in Malaysia, I think this can be done beautifully as a henna design too.

I hope you are inspired by this set to create your own maternity body art! If you have children of your own, here’s another idea for your belly art!

Credits:

Photographer: Jennifer
Location: Stories studio

Large Family Portraits

Chinese New Year is coming up and that is the best time to get together for a large family portrait. We’ve done so many of these large groups in the past and absolutely love seeing multiple generations coming together for a common purpose. Recently, we also photographed a family of 4 generations where the great-grandparents were 97 and 100 years of age respectively! Now that’s a reason for celebration!

We especially love taking photos at the homes of our clients. This is really meaningful because there’s a lot of memories attached to these homes. Even though some of our clients complain about the houses being messy, that is fine! We’ll always find a corner to photograph. The mess can sometimes trigger a memory too. However, if your family home is in a town far away from KL, you can also do a portrait session in our studio. We have accommodated up to 26 adults in our space in the past!

Contact us for a portrait session for this Chinese New Year. You’ll never regret the effort you went through to make this session happen.