Friday, October 7, 2011

[Advert] RayOfLight provides fun services

I have an opportunity to get to know more about RayOfLight Events & Production Services and I have to say that this is a real fun and happening company that knows your events needs and cater 100% into their clients needs.

A little background of the company: RayOfLight is a young but experienced company that deals with both logistic and creative media.

Creative Media:
We provide artistic touch to your event and special moments in life, documenting your moments and events through the lens.

We provide total logistics, manpower, production and management services for events and your businesses

Customized Button badges for your event.

 The above picture is one cool services that they provide in your event, and that is instead of your guest having the 4R photo after taking pictures at the photobooth that RayOfLight provides, you can actually opt to get it as a button badge. Such a lovely gift and it's instant. 

You can have it in your school prom night, school events, company Dinner and dance, Wedding, and at any scale of events. RayOfLight is able to jump in and assist you.

They are not only a photobooth company. They are also able to help you in event management and planning.

Not only that, under the creative department of this young and vibrant company, they are able to do up portfolio photography for corporate, wedding and any. They also have a strong video team to assist in your video needs. Services ranging from live feed of event, corporate videos and even film productions.

Not only that, they also provide total logistic help for your growing business.

So do check them out. I have so much fun with RayOfLight. Their curry event is also published in the straits times. 

You just have to go to their facebook page, like it and check them out. Contact details are in their facebook page as well. Here's the link to it:

And follow them on twitter as well.!/RayOfLightSG

(All images are copyrighted by RayOfLight Events & Production Services, Business Registration number: 53199737E)

Movie Review: Dolphin Tale

Alcon Entertainment’s “Dolphin Tale” is inspired by the amazing true story of a brave dolphin and the compassionate strangers who banded together to save her life.

Swimming free, a young dolphin is caught in a crab trap, severely damaging her tail. She is rescued and transported to the Clearwater Marine Hospital, where she is named Winter. But her fight for survival has just begun.

Without a tail, Winter’s prognosis is dire. It will take the expertise of a dedicated marine biologist, the ingenuity of a brilliant prosthetics doctor, and the unwavering devotion of a young boy to bring about a groundbreaking miracle—a miracle that might not only save Winter but could also help scores of people around the world.

The real Winter, who plays herself in “Dolphin Tale,” today serves as a symbol of courage, perseverance and hope to millions of people—both able and disabled—who have been touched by her remarkable story of recovery and rehabilitation.

The film stars Oscar® winner Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”) as Dr. Ken McCarthy, who is given the seemingly impossible task of crafting a new prosthetic tail for Winter; Harry Connick, Jr. as Dr. Clay Haskett, who runs the Clearwater Marine Hospital; Ashley Judd as Lorraine, a single mother; Nathan Gamble as her son, Sawyer, who frees Winter from the trap and forms an instant connection with the dolphin; Cozi Zuehlsdorff as Hazel, Clay’s daughter, who befriends Sawyer; and Kris Kristofferson as Clay’s father, Reed.

“Dolphin Tale” was directed by Charles Martin Smith from a screenplay by Karen Janszen & Noam Dromi. The film is produced by Alcon Entertainment’s Broderick Johnson and Andrew A. Kosove (Oscar® nominees for “The Blind Side”) and Richard Ingber. Robert Engelman and Steven P. Wegner served as executive producers.

The behind-the-scenes team was led by director of photography Karl Walter Lindenlaub, production designer Michael Corenblith, editor Harvey Rosenstock, and costume designer Hope Hanafin. The music is composed by Mark Isham.

“Dolphin Tale” was filmed on location in Florida, including Winter’s home at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, whose motto is “Rescue, Rehabilitate and Return.”
Cast: Morgan Freeman, Harry Connick, Jr., Ashley Judd, Nathan Gamble, Cozi Zuehlsdorff, Kris Kristofferson 
Director: Charles Martin Smith
Language: English
Runtime: 113 mins
Singapore Rating: PG

My reviews/ take:

This show has touches many hearts worldwide. It got me to tears when catching the movie. Especially on "Family is forever".

In this film, it just taught me believe in the impossible. Many people will thought that how can a 11 year old boy save the Clearwater Marine Hospital by an event that is planned and organized by him. But it really does. 

And I not only learned about believing in the impossible. Something struck me as well. Maybe I'm a dolphin lover as well. Winter's will in living is strong. Many will wonder, how can a dolphin survived without her tail? But winter did. 

This show have a lot of emotions and kinship going on. It's a show that you will love the screenplay. It's a simple story. And I will even say that it's a simple love story.

Highly recommend for people with feelings. 

I will give it a 4.5 out of 5 popcorns.

Hurry go book your tickets now.

Here's a website to see winter:

Monday, February 7, 2011

A random updates after soooo longggggggg


and yesh. I am back. Wonder where I disappear to during this period of 1 month plus?
Actually I am just lazy to type stuff in this blog. Hah.

But I know that some of u are missing me now, so that's why i'm back for awhile.

There's a little transition period for me and I am trying out a new job. I am serious about this.
Oh well, I have no idea how well will I fare. But as I have said, I am trying out.
And it's been amazing as its my first time in a fast F&B operations environment.

So far it's been stressful for me. But I'll try. But without promised that I will continue forever. You guys know me well. I am one who loves to experience almost every single thing on earth...

But if u asked me if I am giving up my life as a filmmaker.
My reply is: HELL NO.

In a way, I am currently exploring onto more heartlanders ideas by experiencing their lives. I always believe in getting the right emotion, hence I need to somehow feel it before I can shoot it.

So ya... Well, CNY is kind of boring to me.
I have lost the interest in collecting ang pows but of course, I don't mind having more. =)

Recently I am only like working, studying on some notes, writing/ mindmapping some ideas.
Preparing myself for the NEXT BIG THING. LOL

And I forgot to compliment Benjamin Ang, Katherine Kirana for the awesome work on the SPF project. And of coz Latiff for all his time for this project as well. And Benjamin Ang, time to split the money soon. (Are there even any cash to begin with?) LOL

It's been crazy for that project. I wish I could show it to you guys soon. =)

That's a little update from Jacky Winson to all of you.

See you soon. =)

Wednesday, December 29, 2010


Hi guys.

Gosh... This is a pretty long update and I think that I could have forgotten most of the stuff.
Hmm... How should I start first?

Well, during this season of christmas, I am actually pretty happy and emo at the same time.
The reason for being happy is simply becoz, I managed to get the lovebirds finally together.
The reason for being emo is simply because these two lovebirds just have to constantly remind me of some stuff that I wanted to forget. Oh well, I don't blame them. But at least to me, it is just bits and pieces of life.

This year, I did not go to any party. I was invited to some, but I rejected all as I will like to spend some time with myself. Sorting out stuff so that I am able to start afresh and ready for the year 2011.

Well, I think that life's been treating me rather not bad already.

And this year, my circle of friends just simply explode.

I really thank all these awesome people that came into my life. Seriously without you guys, I think it will be an even dark Jacky.

That's growing up I believe. And that sets me ready for more challenges ahead of me.

Oh well, so that sums up my christmas. And on the 27th Dec, I went to "help" Ben Ang's friend MTV production. I will try to blog about it soon.

For now, I will just pen off.

Friday, December 24, 2010