You have many options when it comes to wedding day photography in Hong Kong. The hard part is finding a photographer that captures what you want. The majority of the photographers we came across had the typical wedding day photos with the standard poses and usual backgrounds. These were not the type of photos we want to look back to on our 10th, 20th, 30th year anniversary. We wanted our wedding photos to speak of who we are. Capturing Jasmine’s outspoken personality, Max’s stern yet soft character, and both of our family's very different cultures.
When we found Keith, we knew our search was over. You can see for every couple he shot, the photos were different. They all told their own unique story. From his photos, you feel the wedding― again, and that is exactly what we wanted our wedding photos to be.
Throughout the process of wedding preparation, Keith and his team was professional, genuinely caring, and effective. They were willing to go that extra mile and always with a smile, from going over and over ... and over the changes we made to the schedule, to flagging down a taxi on the day of the wedding in peak traffic hour in Causeway Bay.
Under the pressure and stress on the wedding day, Keith was able to make us both (and our guests) very comfortable, natural and really enjoy our day while he was snapping away. We couldn't be happier with his energy and technique.
To those who are in the midst of finding your perfect photographer, our advice is to give Keith a call. If you want someone that will listen, perform great under pressure, reliable, a quick thinker, an artist yet relatable, and someone that is going to treat your wedding as special as their own. Keith is your guy.
To Keith and his team, a million thank yous for our beautiful photos. You have captured candid, timeless expressions in our families and guests, which will forever allow us to relive the memories of those precious moments. Your photos will always take us back to the day that marked the beginning of our long loving life together as one."
Thank you once again, yours sincerely,