I’m just gonna go ahead and spit it out. Cancer sucks. I hate it. It’s stupid. Chad has it and he married the love of his life, Caroline this past saturday.

I don’t know these guys. I don’t know anything about them. I didn’t even bother to ask their occupation, or how they met. When I was approached to film their wedding, the only thing that mattered to me was that Chad had cancer and that they would really appreciate it if someone could come and film their ceremony for two hours.

I’m not going to pretend like I know anything about cancer, disease, or loss. I’ve been lucky to not have encountered any of that yet, but I’m not stupid – I know it’s going to come to those I love and care very much for. And so when I spoke to the coordinator, I simply said yes. Sure, I’ll do it. It was two days away and I didn’t have any plans. Why not, right? I truly believe that God has blessed me with a gift for the arts and has allowed me to be a part of lives through the form of film. A part of me felt that it was my duty to do this. So I did.

On the day of, I decide to show up for more than just the two hours they requested – because, if I’m going to drive all the way to wheaton, I might as well put together a little film for them, right? I’m so glad I did. I witnessed the love and care Caroline had for Chad. I saw nothing but smiles and joy in the faces of their loved ones as these two shared their vows with one another. Nobody mentioned the troubles Chad and Caroline were going through – the house was filled with joy. And that’s what I filmed. Through their celebration, I’ve learned that the struggles you will face do not matter if your eyes are focused on the things you have worth rejoicing. With that being said, don’t expect any sadness in this film. I didn’t see any of that this past weekend – all I saw were smiles.

  • santine - ugh…made me tear at 9 in the morning…beautiful vid broReplyCancel

    • admin - Thank you Santine! I’m glad you enjoyed it!ReplyCancel

  • darin - Made me smile too.

    This is powerful, Henry. Thanks bro.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks for the love bro! I hope you and Irene are doing well!ReplyCancel


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Photographer: Suzy Brown
Venue: The Stonegate

  • Krithika - This is so beautifully done! What a gorgeous wedding for an amazingly wonderful couple. It gave me goosebumps watching this. Love you both very, very much. EXCELLENT job Henry!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thank you so much Krithika! It was a pleasure meeting you!ReplyCancel

  • Ripki - I think I’ve watched this video 10 times now! It’s AMAZING!!! :) Very artsy and just beautifully captured my sister’s big day. Love you guys! Henry, thanks so much for doing a great job!! You are very talented!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks for the love and support Ripki! You win the best little sister award! :) ReplyCancel

  • Alpa Patel - I’m a tad bit biased, but this is the best wedding film I have ever seen! :) Not only did you capture our day, you captured us and that is TRULY impressive. Thank you, Henry Wu!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Alpa! You and Kav are such beautiful people. I was excited from when we first met! Thank you for welcoming me into your family and entrusting me with the privilege of documenting your day.ReplyCancel

  • jaymin - amazing couple wonderful wedding everyone enjoyed itReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Jaymin! It was a pleasure seeing you again! Kinda awesome to see familiar faces!ReplyCancel



Kicking off 2014 strong with the celebration of Tim & Charlotte! I first spoke to Tim way back when, but it wasn’t until a week or so prior to the actual day that we sat down and really talked about the possibility of collaborating. I’ve known Tim for years now from mutual friends and even working weddings together. Who I didn’t know was Charlotte but that didn’t take long at all – on the morning of, I was greeted by nothing other than a warm smile.

When Tim contacted me, he was quite hesitant since adding a film would be such a big investment with the wedding being so close. We discussed the charity wedding and it was a perfect fit since Charlotte is going to be a doctor! With their investment going to charity, I decided tackle this day on my own without my usual second-shooter assisting throughout the day. It was definitely difficult but Tim & Charlotte could not be more accommodating. It was such an eventful day and I’m glad I could take part in this celebration.




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Photographer: David Lai
Coordinator: Sunny Choi