(October 2014, Sydney) Cindy + Leo’s wedding highlights

When I first met Cindy and Leo, they told me I was one of their short-listed videographers for filming their wedding. I was very pleased to be part of their wedding.

It was my great pleasure to work with this lovely and sweet couple. At the wedding reception, Leo prepared a special dance session as a surprise for Cindy which was remarkable. The day started from filming Cindy’s preparation at Manly, the ceremony was at St Philip’s Church Eastwood, traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony and wedding reception were at Rhodes Phoenix Chinese Restaurant.

Last but not least, here the feedback received from Leo. (Original review please see Google+ of Sunny Siu Videgraphy)

“Sunny was a very friendly and professional videographer. My wife and I were very pleased with how beautiful our wedding videos were which captured our big day splendidly. Highly recommend Sunny.”

https://vimeo.com/115598160

Betty + Andrew (feature highlights)

(Mar 2014, Sydney) A beautiful wedding feature highlights of Betty and Andrew. The day began with a traditional Vietnamese tea ceremony followed by a civil ceremony taken place at Chinese Garden of Friendship. Reception was taken place at Fat Buddha Chinese Restaurant. It was awesome working with Vincent Lai (the photographer) and the team from Faces makeup and hair (hair and makeup), and the civil marriage celebrant Linda Marsden.

Joanne + Calvin – highlights of the day

I filmed Joanne and Calvin’s wedding in a beautiful day back in October this year. The ceremony was held at Eden Gardens and the reception was held at The Deckhouse at Hunter Hills. It was also the Fleet Festival Sydney on the day and luckily we could see the stunning firework in one of the best spots (I reckon).

I love this highlight video so much and Calvin’s vows was really touching. I hope you’ll like it as I do.

Traditional Wedding

I love to shoot traditional weddings, no matter Chinese, Vietnamese or Cambodian ones. I always find heaps of fun, love, and tears in these weddings, the basic elements to make a wedding video (or film if you like) looks great. Recently I completed a wedding video for Kerrie and Tin, a traditional Vietnamese wedding, every single bit and pieces impressed me and the most amazing thing was the effort that the bridal party and groomsmen had put in. Here shows the highlights of Kerrie and Tin’s wedding and I hope you enjoy it like I do.

Perspective

One day, a client asked me “What’s the perspective of shooting my wedding ceremony?”. It was the first time I was asked about “my perspective” that I never prepared to answer. Well, a second after I made up an answer but obviously that wasn’t good enough, I knew because I didn’t get the job. If I got a second chance to answer the same question again I would have known the answer, simply discreet, discreet and discreet. This latest highlights video of Chelsea + Brady tells.