Jun18 Easy Peasy

The first time I met Sherlyn and Andy was over dinner and we were at the restaurant for a good three hours.  We, of course, started off chatting about their wedding and their vision.  But then our conversation sidetracked and we soon realized we were talking about crafts and carpentry.  This was around the time when I was first brainstorming about Pulp Function and I became deeply engrossed in these two peeps.  The more we chatted, the more excited I got.  Ideas were flowing left, right and centre.  It was an immediate bond and I was desperately hoping that they would choose me as their photographer.

Sherlyn and Andy are a match made in heaven because they are both into making things with their hands.  Sherlyn is an excellent illustrator.  Her work puts a smile on my face every time I see it.  Perfect for a children's book, in my opinion.  She also works with paper a lot, making cards and framed art out of ordinary strips of paper.  Creative is definitely a word to describe her.

Andy is not so shabby himself.  He loves his machinery, cuts and creates pretty much everything.  He makes life-size characters and backdrops out of cardboard.  He can make furniture and says working with metal is easy.  He likes his edges clean and his pieces well made.  He is so knowledgeable in almost everything and the only thing he lacks is probably sleep.

I am very much looking forward to their wedding in September.  I am sure there will be lots of DIYs on display to show off their individual personalities!  For now, we can take a sneak peak into the chemistry between these two peeps during our mini-outing at the Railway Museum.  

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