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When I get ready to photograph your Hawaii wedding, details are so important to be aware of. I send out a questionnaire for you to fill out and ask if there are any special details or circumstances I should be aware of. Maureen let me know that she and Phil were going to bring their […]
When I met Maureen at our initial consultation, we started to discuss pre-wedding photographs aka the engagement shoot. She asked if I would be open to photographing her nine year puppy Sadie. She’s a cancer survivor and not sure how much time she has left. Of course I obliged and super stoked to have done […]
This week’s images is from a very recent wedding (well vow renewal actually). Marie + Cedric were married 10 years ago in Montreal and they are just as much in love today as when they were first married. Marie had mentioned that she had become pregnant as they were planning their wedding and didn’t really […]
We start our series of posing tips that you can watch and practice before your big day. I’ve noticed that my couples are super nervous because they’ve never had professional images taken before (except the cheesy high school senior portrait). With that said I tease my couples and tell them that I make them work […]
I love photographing engagement sessions. It’s a fabulous way for my couples to get to know the way I work before their wedding. I always describe it “You really don’t want girl with camera showing up and start taking pictures do you???” So, for my locally based couples it’s a great way for us to […]
I rarely wait for a moment to happen and I always coach my couples on what to do. I started with K+ G walking down the beach to capture a wide shot. In order to keep things flowing, I have keep walking closer to me and then direct them to look at each other and […]
I can’t believe that I haven’t posted this wedding yet so please accept my humble apologies! Arlene and Kendall met in college and started dating straight away. I loved that they each brought their cultures into the wedding day. Kendall’s mother helped into his traditional kimono and geta. A beautiful but simple design not to […]
The exchanging of the leis is a popular tradition in Hawaiian culture. Giving someone a lei symbolizes the love and affection you have for them. As a Hawaii wedding photographer, I’ve seen this tradition many times and it is always a very memorable experience. There are all kinds of leis and different symbolism between the […]
A little fact about me before we get started on today’s image. I LOVE shoes! So much, that I actually use to work for Bally of Switzerland way back when as an Assistant Art Director… My office was near where all the product was and we drooled daily over the fabulous pairings. One of the […]
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