On a daily basis, sometimes we can’t run away with the life consumed with regrets, failures and insecurities that poisons our urge to move forward.
One of the blissful moments of my life was injecting myself with positivity and over medication of faith during the darkest moment in pursuing my dreams. If you want your dream to be your reality, you’ve got to embrace that sacrifice, discomfort and paying the price to be there is always part of the game.
This wedding is so memorable to me because I’ve met Grace and Ronnie through Little J photography last February. It is always a jolt of surprise when couples consider my team even after the first celebration we photograph for them – I consider it a blessing to be given countless opportunties to work together with the same familes over and over again. The feeling of connectivity, familiarity and the sharing of random buzz is what gives me fulfillment everytime I spend hours of photography with my clients.
Santuario de San Antonio, is one of my favorite churches in Metro Manila. I’ve shot dozens of christening for Team Little J but never a wedding for my own team not until my super kind couple made it possible. I was also glad to be working with my good industry friends, Emeric of Red Aisle Films and Randy Lazaro who styled most of my pre event photography sessions lately. I really appreciate their support in spite of my youthfulness in the industry.
Every blog post I store up here is a thanks giving note to my couples who always pound my heart with the challenge to photograph wonderful celebrations. I always believed that being a wedding photographer is a road to connecting in diversity and learning to make the most out of life by sharing generosity to with the people that we love.