Sorting through soooo many gorgeous photos taken from the wedding of this stylish gay couple Serafin and Thai who exchanged their vows at The Grounds of Alexandria on Saturday. Am currently crushing on the boys’ on trend Louis Vuitton luxury timepieces and shirt cuff monogram embroidery.
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Photographed the last in a series of 3 breakfast events and one day workshops for my new client Re-Map. This morning’s session partners with Flexcareers and discusses ‘Future-Proofing Your Career’.
An informative and thought provoking presentation on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what that means for various roles in the job sectors. Adapt or perish? I’m interested to learn about what might be the trend for those of us working in creative fields….
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February 20, 2018
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Big shout out to Ingrid and Jaz – congratulations on your wedding. The couple planned an outdoor summer wedding at Balmoral Beach in Sydney, where they walked down the aisle together with their puppy and exchanged vows under the pagoda.
Tears and laughter of joy amongst close friends and family member there to witness the event sets the tone for this special day. It has been a long time coming that LGBTQI couples across Australia finally have the legal right to celebrate their unions.
We led the couple to nearby spots around Balmoral for photos and took advantage of the sunny day and blue skies.
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On this month, 6 years ago, I shot the wedding of Sian McGreal from the Royal Australian Navy and Luci Ellis, Assistant Governor at The Reserve Bank at Sydney’s HMAS Penguin Navy base. Despite the legal aspect of their vows not being binding, they chose to declare their love for each other in the witness of their Reverend, friends and family members. Happy 6th year anniversary ❤ #lovewins #marriageequality #samesexwedding #australiasaidyes #loveislove #gayweddingphotographer #samesexweddingphotographer #tbt
Photography by Josephine Ki
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Revisiting some portrait shots I took for the team at Hong Kong Urbex , a group of urban explorers and storytellers based in Hong Kong with a passion to traverse abandoned and neglected buildings in the fast paced and ever changing pulse of Asia. In doing so, they uncover an interesting slice of history that shapes this modern day city. Group members have varying background in journalism, media and production.
Their adventures have sparked interests from the likes of New York Times , CNN , and BBC Travel.
Here, Ghost explores what remains of a kitchen in a building that is up for redevelopment in one of the city’s lowest social economic neighbourhoods Sham Shui Po where; just a few floors below, a double murder had taken place some months prior.
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