Monthly Archives: June 2009

Cass Scenic Railroad Trip

My family and few friends went to Cass for a weekend getaway on early June. It was a 4.5 hours scenic railroad trip on the mountains of West Virginia. We were told about this trip by our friend Ray.

Engagement: Brianne+Jeremy

Brianne and Jeremy’s pre-wedding session was back in May. They wanted to do the session at Annapolis and Eastport. They’re both great places for urban style scenery. You’ll always find houses and buildings with interesting colors. Probably it’s a popular place for wedding and engagement photography because we met another wedding photographer there shooting a… Read more »

Event: Uplift a Child International

My Wife works with a Supervisor who is also the Founder of a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to support the children in India, specifically for school tuitions, stationeries and uniforms.  He and his Team named the organization – Uplift a Child International. Once a year, the organization conducts a gathering, which invites the… Read more »

Wedding: Naomi+Dhimas, Part 2

Here’s the second part of Naomi and Dhimas’ wedding, the reception, which is usually the fun part As usual, the family members, groom party, and bridal party line up to get introduced to the guests. Here’s Nindya, Dhimas’ niece, in her Balinese dance costume, waiting for her turn to enter the ballroom.

Wedding: Naomi+Dhimas, Part 1

After the engagement session in December, finally the beautiful wedding of Naomi and Dhimas was celebrated in May. It was supposed to shower that afternoon. We all pray hard that it would not rain. Guess what? God listened to our prayer. We all felt so blessed that day.

Event: UCVFD – Fireman’s Fund Heritage

Back in mid April I got a call from San Fransisco (I recognized the area code).  Apparently, it was from the Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company (FFIC).  They said that they liked my photography style.  They wanted to hire me to cover a grant-receiving event for the United Communities Volunteer Fire Department (UCVFD) at Romancoke.  I… Read more »