I shot Ayaka & Philipp’s registration of marriage in Melbourne, and I thought that was that.
Three months later, they asked if I’d shoot their second wedding ceremony in Asakusa, Tokyo.
As luck would have it, I was going to be in Fukuoka with family.
So two birds, meet the one stone of serendipity.
When they said Asakusa, I wasn’t expecting THE Asakusa shrine.
It’s like someone said they’re getting married in New York, and you find yourself in the middle of Time Square.
It was chaotic; it was restrictive. It was old-fashioned; it was modern.
I’d never seen better food at a wedding reception.
The team trying their best to part ways for us at the ‘thunder gate’ Kaminarimon was impressive.
I’m not sure if I’d ever shoot another wedding like this.
Then again, I don’t want to.