English wedding photography in Singapore for the price of chicken rice and something nice!

One of my main photography inspirations is this guy called Lucky Perera. He doesn't shoot in a similar style to me at all, but I've always admired his work ethics and generally he's an awesome all round dude. A while ago, whilst jetting around the world, he offered his photography services in return for being shown one cool thing in each country. His blog post offering this service was actually the first thing I'd read about him on his website, and it really inspired me to remember that photography could be more than making a living; That it could also be a way to actually live more. This really resounded with me because one of my long-term aspirations is to be a photojournalist. I love the way photojournalism facilitates encountering new and different people, so it was really nice to see how wedding photography could also help you connect with people around the world. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="360"] Lucky and I, not at all drunk at this point in the evening[/caption] This December 2013 I will be in Singapore between the 2nd and the 15th visiting my 97 year old grandma. Whilst I'm there I am offering one lucky couple my wedding photography services worth $2400SGD in exchange for being shown something off the beaten tourist track. And maybe a plate of Hainese chicken rice because I love dat shiz! I go to Singapore mostly to see family, so my experience of Singapore extends to my Uncle's favourite hawker stalls. This year I'd like to see something a little bit different. In terms of what I offer, I will shoot a full day from prep to party for a couple who are interested in a bit of quirky documentary photography for their wedding. If you already have a wedding photographer booked, but are interested in my offer, as long as your main photographer is happy to have me second shoot, I'm happy to do that. [caption id="attachment_1246" align="aligncenter" width="320"]Screen shot 2013-07-17 at 14.38.46 The G-Ma on 120 film[/caption] So, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me, if you have any friends getting married, feel free to spread the word about my offer and hopefully I'll be meeting one of you soon! (Boring conditions of the offer:
  • Couple must be happy for me to use the photos on the internet
  • I prefer the chicken leg over breast)

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