I am a full time wedding photographer with over 10 years experience making sure nothing gets missed on your big day.
My style is documentary wedding photography or wedding photojournallist, I capturing the true story on your wedding day without too much interruption you, your friends, by posing, I love to shoot the real emotion as it happens on your big day
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Aht. The following awards have been earned by Aht from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
One can only wonder the likely wandering thoughts of the boy in the tree, just beyond the years of those who probably climbed a tree since they were young men. The boyʼs pensive appearance surely belies whatʼs inside. Great seeing by the photographer.
A graphically pleasing photo with the intrigue of the exotic. Nicely shot.
Not the normal transportation. Reflection makes it more unique.
What do you say when you come upon an image as simplistically gorgeous as this? A strong image often paralyzes my thoughts into a state of awe. Itʼs perfection.
Great angle and funny moment. I particularly liked the guy on the lower left with his shirt open. Nice way to convey that it was hot.
Squint your eyes and that white tiled floor looks like a white sand beach on some far- flung tropical island but that’s where our imagined scene meets reality as a fan stands in for lack of a “cool ocean breeze.” It was only a dream. It’s a playful image of a universal experience.
This is just laugh-out-loud funny! Great color, texture and light. The crossed tails make it appear as if the elephants were the ones getting married.
It’s all about the composition in this image that found the right moment accentuated by the shape and form of those beautiful white drapes. They frame the worker whose action is accented by the orange spray bottle. That’s an important detail of this image that provides a quick narrative for this scene. That whimsical chandelier offsets the image, adding balance and a touch of fun.
I love the way the shallow DOF in this image merges with the monochromatic plants; making this image looks like a painting.
A lovely image of a couple looking like they made the best of the rain. Their body language and matching footsteps make it extra special.