Moko & Tina Wedding Day

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, as Leonardo Da Vinci said. Moko and Tina really believe that, and it was echoed beautifully into their simple yet sophisticated wedding.

I am glad to know them dearly, and it was a real privilege for me to get a portion of their beautiful moments. As a friend, I am honored to know most of their stories, and personally, how they met was really an almost-a-fairytale moment for me. Truly magical.

They were just friends. Moko didn't really notice Tina and likewise for her. Until that time when Tina posted on Twitter about how she wanted to watch a Lion King musical in Singapore, and thanks to the tweety bluebird, Moko read the tweet, and responded accordingly. The rest is history.

After some years of dating, they decided to take this to a whole new level, marriage. As I said earlier (and I really have no problem repeating it couple times more), it was simple and beautiful, just as they are. It was a moving anointing service at Hoseiji Temple, and followed by a casual luncheon at The Glass House, Pacific Place, Jakarta. Just an excellent way to plan a wedding, lovebirds!

Have a wonderful and safe passage through marriage, Moko and Tina.


Collaborating with Max Willy

Dress: Yogie Pratama

Makeup: Rama Jee

Words: Christopher Harinata





The Engagement of Pauliady & Kathlyne

Hi everyone,

What are the odds of becoming your highschool sweetheart's life partner? Paul and Kath are one of fortunate couples that got to grow up and grow older together. They said the best time of your life was in high school. Paul and Kath can vouch to that. They have gotten to see how far each other has come. And they have an endless amount of shared memories. In July, we had a chance to shoot their engagement photo and video in Melbourne.  We are also collaborating with Jey Nelson from FaitVisual to capture their story in video format. Having said that, marriage is a new beginning of life, so cheers for both of you !


Makeup: Elly Liana

Videography: Jey Nelson



Reinaldy Soekamto


Bei Jinzhi means Forbidden.

This campaign started when Paula, Ronald and I realised that our camaraderie grew from our passion for Wong Kar Wai’s filmography. We have always wanted to visualize our appreciation of his work. After a few months of hard work, sweat and determination, we proudly present you our tribute to Wong Kar Wai.



Makeup: Natalia Tirtasaputra

Videography: Jey Nelson

Dress: Sissae Qipao

Suit: Archie