Hong Kong for Harper’s Bazaar

Category : Editorial, Travel · No Comments November 18, 2014

Wedding photography is my best love, but it’s not my only love. Too many weddings would make a girl’s work cheesy… So I am very proud of the fact that as well as being a wedding photographer I am also an occasional travel writer and photographer for Harper’s Bazaar. It’s all in line with the core mission; to discover and reflect beauty in its many different guises in beautiful books. Or in this case the most beautiful magazines.

Another piece from my epic South East Asia trip, this time celebrating the Mandarin Oriental’s Krug Room.  I was very ill in Hong Kong, and the Landmark Mandarin Oriental were wonderful, looking after me with great kindness. It is one of the best hotels in the world. For those of you planning a wedding, this is maybe one for your honeymoon…

Thanks to Jason Y Ng, Hong Kong blogger extraordinaire, for meeting me for dessert. He is now an integral part of the umbrella campaign for democracy, and it has been very poignant following him in his new role as a political campaigner. Hong Kong struck me as a place lacking in soul, and I think the umbrella campaign have given the city back its soul. I’d love to go again now. Come on China, what are you afraid of? Give them their democracy!

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