If it weren’t for the rain and what feels like -2 degree cold, I’d be out to the city discovering and exploring Sydney again. Apparently, it’s already snowing on some parts of NSW but not on where we live at the moment (in Ermington). And oh, tomorrow marks our 3rd week here, can you believe that? The realities of living in Sydney is already slowly getting into our system and everyday we’re grateful. Funny it may sound but I feel the need of having another lifetime to enjoy the whole beauty there is out there. I do like to keep ourselves grounded because life as it always is, won’t ever be always perfect but for now, yes, we are taking it one day at a time (Brian cruising some job interviews this week, praying for favorable outcome soon,and then next steps would be house hunting hopefully in the coming weeks).

Meanwhile, here’s a wedding shoot I documented in Singapore just last May 2015 for Paolo and Melody who both live in Manila, Philippines and are touching lives through their Gawad Kalinga endeavours. They decided to celebrate a beautiful intimate wedding in Singapore together with their closest family and friends. It was all mix of hearts bursting from laughter and tears shared, especially the part when Paolo and Melody shared each other’s wedding vows – epic love!

My heart always gets full to be part of meaningful occasions. Thanks again Pao & Melody for your trust! You guys live very inspiring lives and I’m already one of your fans! I look forward when we meet again someday soon! 🙂

Main Photographer: Josephine Sicad Photography
2nd Shooters: Mai Pages of Shutterfairy Photography& Vanessa U Castro of Veeloved



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