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The Erikson-Fay Family

... this is LOVE ...
when you're surrounded by all the hugs and giggles.

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Two sisters, so similar, yet so different - one with a very sweet smile, and so very generous with her hugs, the other, full of personality and joyful cheer. The hour spent with this gorgeous family, just whizzed by with lots of giggles and laughter (and also mozzie bites)

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The Al Ansari Family

We all have a dinosaur deep within us just trying to get out.

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Good times are made of this ... laugh out loud moments together with loved ones. Easy laughter, cheeky inquisitiveness, easygoing ... the Al Ansari family were amazing to photograph. Visiting KL from Dubai, they wanted keepsake photos to remember their holiday here.

Being a huge fan of travelling, I absolutely love photographing and interacting with overseas clients, as I get to learn so much from them - their culture and stories. One thing is the same though, that love and family bond - it transcends all cultures, language, and faith.

When I visited Dubai last year, most of the people I met and spoke to were not originally from the Emirates. According to my walking tour guide, she mentioned only 2 out 10 people you meet could be Emirati.

Who would have thought that I would not only get to meet, but also photograph an Emirati family out of Dubai! I'm blown away by how completely down-to-earth and friendly they were!

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Family Portrait: Of trains and bubbles

Trucks are waiting in the yard,
”Tackling them with easel,
Show the world what I can do"
gaily boasts the diesel.
In and out he creeps about,
Like a big black weasel.
When he pulls the wrong trucks out,
Pop goes the diesel!
— Troublesome Trucks, Thomas & Friends

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The humidity is a huge change especially for the little boy from Adelaide. Steph and Ming were back in KL for a short holiday, visiting family, friends and loved ones. I had so much fun blowing bubbles, singing, running, and playing with toy trains together with him.

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