I believe in the power of stories: they invoke emotions and impact lives, not to mention last a lifetime. And that is the motivation behind my journalistic style, which is really to capture moments in order to present a compelling story, complete with a plot and casts to tell a good story.
My clients' story.
I started photography back in 2008 but turned professional in 2011. From 2009, I was already the resident photographer for my school (where I worked as a teacher) and it was there that I honed my event photography. I also taught in the photography club, which helped me develop a way of making the technical simple, even to teens. Read More...
|Starting Rates||$2200+ (SGD) View Packages|
|Photos||1 Contest Winning Photo|
|Client Letters||2 Client Letters|
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of David Teo. The following awards have been earned by David from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
|2015||Q4||6th Place - Ceremony|
My pricing structure is simple: flat prices for full day or half day; that means no charge for additional hours. This is because I believe that when clients engage me, they shouldn't need to worry about counting the hours and if they want to pay more for my services. It's your special day and worrying about paying the photographer should be the last thing on your mind.
Clients will receive ALL good edited photos in 2 ways:
1. In high resolution, in an online gallery from which they can download from (clients will receive a link). This gallery will be live for ten years, and it is a great way to share special and intimate moments with friends and families without broadcasting on public social media.
2. In full resolution, in a beautiful wooden thumb drive for safekeeping.
You will also receive a free 10 x 15 cm, 40 page phonebook, because sometimes, printed memories mean much more than digital ones. It is also a great way to share them with friends when you catch up with them post celebrations.