Imaj Gallery


Imaj gallery By Agung Mulyajaya is a Bali based professional wedding photographer, who also available for travel to shoot destination wedding and honeymoon coverage.

To me, photography flows in my blood. I thank the Almighty God for the opportunities to see the world ever since I was born and to observe it upon entering my adulthood as a photographer.

Raised within family with a photography tradition, I am used to look at photographs as my father was a photographer and a journalist on the island, I remember growing up, hiding under desks in the news room and reporters running around the island.

I've always loved photography but I didn't get into to it until 1997. I learned the basics of the darkroom, shooting black and white film. Soon thereafter I moved into digital and I haven't looked back since.
I took photography seriously when I was in university, I had the opportunity to study and improved my skill, lighting technique in Sydney Australia.

I love photography more than just to merely continue family business tradition. For me, wedding photography requires creative process and is full of challenges.

I always give in my soul prior to attempting the exploration of the Bride&Groom's character just at the right moment to click the shutter. Therefore, wedding photography is a very personal approach to me. Intense interactions, story sharing, laughters and discussion with my Bride&Groom's become I things that I cherish all the time.

Perhaps, that's what leads me to unceasingly reminisce those interactive works as 'my art pieces'.

I have been honored to working closely as a reliable partner with some prestigious and luxurious Hotels and Resorts in the island, BVLGARI Hotels and Resorts_Bali, Ayana (Best Resorts in Asia 2011), Four Seasons Resorts and some premium wedding planners.

I have been fortunate to have numerous awards from World Press Photo 2006 and nominee's of World Best News picture 2006 by Zuma Press.

NO TINGKAT 1, 70, Jalan Nagasari 14, Bandar Segamat Baru, 85000 Segamat, Johor, Malaysia