Shooting for Ronald and Lenny is something I would love to do again. Aside from all the fun we had, shooting them made me feel like I was shooting a tourism ad for one of my favorite cities in the world. We covered all the best spots there is to find in Bali – the waterfall, the beach, villas, the vibrant nightlife, even horse riding into the sunset.
Don’t marry the person you can live with, marry the person you can’t live without.
I believe in miracles. That’s why in every preparation of every trip, I leave a little room for the surprises that the universe will throw my way. No wait, I actually leave a lot of room for impulses and to do the things I’ve never done before. Because it’s in these “rooms” that makes an adventure. And each adventure will never be the same. So even when I’m shooting in a place I’ve been to before, it still will be different each time. Adventure is how we make it.
Good morning from Bali!
The great part about shooting at a foreign location with a local is that you get to capture places that are not the usual tourist attractions. I’ve shot in Hong Kong a few times, but it was never like this one. Elgin is a Singaporean citizen who was born and raised in Hong Kong for the first few years of his life. He wanted to bring in the “real feel” of Hong Kong in his pre-wedding series with Kai. And I really like how they all turned out.