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About the Photographer

Borned in Penampang Sabah and currently residing in Sandakan Sabah, he started his photography as a hobby back then in 2007. That hobby quickly turn into passion as he ventures more into the world full of artistic where only limited by one's mind and imagination. Born under the sign of Gemini, he simply love to add different elements and ideas to create a different world with his lenses.

Working with Malaysia Airlines added extra advantages to be in different part of the world and captures the beautiful architectural and cultures and instill them in his trusted lense. It also added another big advantages as capturing once in a lifetime moments in different part of the world would be possible and less charged..

Happily married, his wife also shares the beautiful art of photography and has since became his sidekicks in events or even simply any outing. Together they became a great partner in crime and added more colourful touches with her faminine touch and his artistic eyes.

To sum up it all, they simply put life in their photography and hope you became a part of it too.


God bless ...

".. Thank you for believing. Photography is about what the eyes captures, the emotions that the heart felt and finally embedding all of it in a photograph. Now thats what photography is all about..."

Aldrian Willon

Your's Truly... Aldrian Willon

Your's Truly... Aldrian Willon

Be Always Prepare....


Going out for a dinner in Ocean Seafood Sandakan with the whole family, taking a picture is the least in my mind. While indulging on the food and trying to keep my little one from making a mess, my eyes keep on looking at these two boats that is half submerge due to exceptional high tide on that night. With the rain started to drizzles, we were on our way back to the car when my instinct kicks in. Being a photographer, I can't leave this perfect timing goes to waste. I was so lucky that all my gears are inside my car all the time. After entertaining a few onlookers and brazing the drizzles, I manage to get that photo above with 30 seconds exposure. It's never be wrong to always be prepared.

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