Category archives: Vlog

The Joy Truck 《快乐速递》Season 3 Episode 10 Finale

Xu Hui Lai (48) suffers from Paraplegia after an accident in 2008. His wife, who has been suffering from mild anxiety due to the unfortunate turn of event, is suddenly required to take up the responsibility to support the family. She also suffers from spiral problems, hypertension and diabetes. Their daughter is a slow learner and needs attend the special school. The whole family is now living a difficult life, depending on the remaining earning of Hui Lai and the limited amount of CPF. Artistes ambassadors this week are Zoe Tay and Dennis Chew!

Like the previous episode, we are very blessed to be able to bring joy and loving memories to Mr Xu and his family. With the advancement of modern medicine, we sincerely pray for Mr Xu to be able to regain his movement in the future.

The Joy Truck 《快乐速递》Season 3 Episode 9

When Madam Yang (50yrs) was diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer, she was in denial and resulted in insomnia. With encouragement from family, she slowly accepts her illness and undergoes treatment. Blessed with her husband’s unwavering support she was able to sustain the strenuous treatment sessions. The family depends on her husband’s income from being a taxi driver. The eldest son takes up part-time job to reduce the workload.

We are very blessed to be able to bring joy and loving memories to Madam Yang and her family through photography and videography creation. We wish Madam Yang a speedy recovery and have a fun and healthy live ahead.

Wedding Soirée // Be Inspired

A hugely successful wedding soirée held at Alkaff Mansion Ristorante recently. We are proud to be one of the partners for this wonderful event. Alkaff mansion has their history dated to almost 100 years ago and is widely known as a gathering place for notable members of society in the 1930s. It is a conservation building and the grande dame once again proudly boasts itself as one of the most beautiful and memorable bar and dining locations in Singapore. Having filmed multiple outdoor wedding ceremonies, we can truly say Alkaff Mansion boasted one of the most unique location in Singapore and is a great choice for couples who wish to hold their once in a lifetime event in a green lawn garden settings.

Project Iniala, Natai, Thailand

Our recent corporate project requires us to fly to Natai (next to Phuket), Thailand. We stayed in this brand new  Iniala Villa which has stunning exterior and interior designs and furnishing. The Iniala Beach House is situated on the beautiful golden sands of Natai beach facing the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea. We have to say that the beach is a great location for weddings and if you want to have stunning results for your wedding videography and photography albums, this is a serious place to consider. The Residence comprise of three absolute beachfront villas and an amazing Penthouse. Iniala Beach House is just a 20 minute drive from Phuket International Airport, but a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the island.







BTS of Tim & Nicole’s Love Story Production

BTS of Tim & Nicole’s Love Story Production

Day one Behind-the-scene photos of the wedding videography shoot of Tim and Nicole’s Love Story.

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Kenny behind the camera while Benny is in the van handling the lights.

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Van production scene of Tim and Nicole’s love story.

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Kenny amused by the dialogue scene of Tim and Nicole.


Kenny shooting a portrait shot of Nicole

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Kenny and Tim discussing the script and storyline.

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A shot of Nicole

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Benny the Man

A Journey of Love / / Wedding show at Fairmont Singapore and Swissôtel The Stamford

We are happy to announce that our sister company True Love Stories (TLS) will be participating in this year’s wedding show at Fairmont Singapore and Swissôtel The Stamford (A Jouney of Love)! We will be offering special rates for our wedding videography and photography packages for couples that sign up during the wedding fair. Admission is free so don’t miss this chance to talk to us personally, ask us questions and for free food tasting. Go ahead and make the registration and see you there!

Fairmont Singapore and Swissôtel The Stamford are dedicated to making your wedding journey as seamless as possible with their total wedding experience, a completely integrated service including their personalized Wedding Concierge and comprehensive information on everything you need to plan the wedding of your dreams. There will be free food tasting too.

  • Date: Sunday, 13 April 2014
  • Time: 1.00pm to 5.00pm
  • Venue: Raffles City Convention Centre, Level 4, Fairmont Singapore & Swissôtel The Stamford
  • Admission: General admission is complimentary but registration is required

Click here to register

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90 seconds fireworks filmed from one of the wedding videography and wedding photography coverage held at Fullerton Bay Hotel during the 2013 National Day celebration period. The actual fireworks display lasted about 4 minutes. Fireworks have been used in various kinds of celebration including weddings. Below is a little insights on the history of fireworks for those knowledge thirsty folks.


Fireworks were widely believed to have originated from Ancient china. It is thought that, as early as 200 B.C., the Chinese had already stumbled upon a sort of natural firecracker: They would roast bamboo, which explodes with a bang when heated due to its hollow air pockets, in order to ward off evil spirits. At some point between 600 and 900 A.D., Chinese alchemists—perhaps hoping to discover an elixir for immortality—mixed together saltpeter (potassium nitrate, then a common kitchen seasoning), charcoal, sulfur and other ingredients, unwittingly yielding an early form of gunpowder. The Chinese began stuffing the volatile substance into bamboo shoots that were then thrown into the fire to produce a loud blast. The first fireworks were born. Soon, paper tubes came to replace the bamboo stalks, and the Chinese discovered that their fiery sticks could be used for more than just scaring away ghosts and celebrating special events. By the 10th century, they had developed crude bombs and begun attaching firecrackers to arrows that rained down on their adversaries during military engagements. Two hundred years later, they learned how to fire explosives into the air and guide them toward enemy targets, essentially building the first rockets. Used outside the field of battle, the same technology allowed fireworks masters to put on the first aerial displays.