i'm eric

Asian wedding group with surprised groom
Portrait of Brisbane wedding photographer Eric Wang with brown shirt standing in bamboo forest

I'm married to April!

After studying photography at Griffith Uni, I bounced around different part-time jobs for a few years. I worked as a salesperson at a retail store, as a communications assistant at a non-profit, and even at a small startup that sold chicken coops. But all the while I had photography as a side-hustle, shooting 21st birthday parties, headshots for work profiles, and the occasional wedding for a friend. Slowly, I began shooting more weddings. For friends of friends. Eventually, it got to a point that every time I was working, I'd be thinking about working on my photography business, and all the things I needed to do once I got home. So in February 2018, I took the plunge and went full-time with my photography business, and it's the best job I've ever had.

How I started

Every wedding is different and fresh, so every wedding brings on new experiences. Even if I'm shooting at a venue I've been to before, the couple is different, the guests are different, and even the lighting is different. So I get to create new photos with new people, tell different stories visually, and eat different cakes. I'm also an extrovert, so I love the energy of weddings and meeting new people.

I guess you could also say my competitive nature keeps me going. I'm never completely satisfied with the way I photograph a wedding, so the drive to be perfect is a constant motivation. If you're a psychologist, feel free to analyse this and tell me if it's healthy or not.



Country travelled to:

NBA team:

Japan or New Zealand.

San Antonio Spurs.

Dog breed:


German Shepherd.

Momo Chicken & Beer.


Bubble tea order:

One scoop of ice-cream straight from the tub.

Cheese mango from Heeretea.


TV Show:

Mario Kart, Minecraft, or Dota.