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London Engagement: Alexandria & Scott

Alexandria & Scott’s affection for each other are the types that makes you go “awwwwww” everytime you click your shutter or even when not clicking. They are always holding each other hands, wrapping each other tightly, glancing into each other eyes with major love and giving each other kisses every once awhile.

They are two lovely people with a big heart! I always looked forward receiving emails from Alexandria. Her email is full of love & laughter and that always makes my day. It was important for me & Alexandria to know their story of where she was proposed, their first date together, favourite activity and etc as this helps us to plan the important shots and locations for their engagement.

The weather that day was sunny but chilly. We started off at Westmister to Southbank and Greenwich Market. During their free time, they love hanging out at cafes, reading books, taking a stroll in the city/park and spending time with their B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L daughter, Lily-Rose. Therefore, every picture taken here plays an important memory/message for the both of them and I am very blessed to be given the opportunity to be part of it:)





Children at Landfill

I had a wonderful time when I went back to Miri during this CNY. Not only I get to finally meet up with my good friends & catch up and eat, laugh and cry but also, Christine and I had a very memorable & touching moment with the children at the land fill which my group and I did a video documentary about it years ago.

We initially wanted to find Jessica but we couldn’t find her on the first day so we got to know 6 more children! They are B.E.A.U-TIFUL!!!


Christine and I returned the second day to pass them some pics which I took earlier on and we discovered another part of the landfill. The location was bigger compare to 3 years ago! Upon arrival, we saw the kids playing around happily. We got down from the car and we have a 340 degree mountain view of rubbish! The smell was unbearable at first but after lots of talking & laughing with the kids, we totally forgotten where we were and was immune to the smell.

We found Jessica on the second visit and I was truly happy and excited to see her again. Her eyes are gorgeous!!



But sadly, nothing has changed for her since I last saw her instead it became worst. She does not go to school anymore and IF I am not mistaken, the Buddhist Association has stop visiting her.

Most of the children are unaware of their age and clueless as to whom the parents are. They still scavenge through the landfill in hopes to find whatever they can utilize or consume to reduce their starvation. It is truly heart breaking to see them in this situation.

Do anyone know how Christine and I can open a legal charity fund for them? Any guidance, advise or help you can provide to us is truly & highly appreciated.

vicJanuary 4, 2011 - 9:05 am

u bring Life to these pictures. felt so much emotions while going through these pictures …..

vicJanuary 4, 2011 - 9:12 am

you bring Life to these pictures…