It has been two weeks without blog updates and I just couldn't stand looking at it without one. May and June have the been the busiest months, with more jobs coming in and I'm coping the best I can working at home with two kids around. I really admire those WHAM who have been doing this for long, and succeeding at it - managing their family and work time. I know I'll be there sooner or later. I'm determined to do this for I do enjoy having my kids at home with me. Seeing my little baby Sarah growing in front of me, and seeing every little progress she makes is such a bliss. I do not want to miss any of those. LOL I have been saying this again and again, this is definitely a career I would not trade with any. I get to pursue my passion and at the same time I get to take care of my kids. I remember when I used to work in the office, I couldn't stop wondering how was my eldest Iffah at the child care. Now no more worries for that ;)

Ok, ok enough rambling, so here goes another sneak peek, twins Qistina and Qisrina with their super-duper cool family :) I had real fun with their family.
I have to admit it was not easy to photograph twins, but they sure do make my day. Thanks Yana for letting me have such a wonderful experience like this. I will surely remember this :)

Do enjoy the pictures!

Ready for some pictures with their favourite aunties :)

OPS looks like kakak is too tired and need some nap

While adik enjoying some bonding time with family...




OK ready again for some pictures :)


PS: I have a few more sneak peeks to share, and hope it won't be another two weeks gap before I can share them here ;)

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2009 KLPA


KL Photo Award finalist Milin Kassim is a custom, natural light portrait photographer. She specializes in newborns, babies, children and family portraiture. Contemporary in her approach, Milin strives to capture memorable, heartfelt images of childhood. She especially loves, loves to capture family connections and relationships; that sweet love and special bonding family members have for one another. And she has a big, soft spot for children natural expressions - be it sulking, cheeky, giggle, shy, angry, curious, etc. Those expressions melt her heart in a way she could never possibly describe in words. With thoughtful attention to details, Milin dwells in her dreamland of picture-processing giving a special touch to each of her images; turning them into artistic portraits that she hopes will tug the hearts of families for many, many years to come.


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