Wow how time flies! It seems like it was only months ago that we just photographed Mahinahie as a newborn and she turned one today. Happy Birthday!
It was such an honor to photograph Annie and Joseph's wedding on 5.5.15. It was a very special day for them as Joseph proposed to Annie one year ago on Maui and it was only fitting that they have their wedding at the beautiful White Orchid Beach House. The couple and their guests flew from the mainland... most of them from the Bay area and most in law enforcement as both Annie and Joseph are cops and also her father and brother. Congratulations!
We are very honored to be mentioned in the "Gay Weddings from The Knot" 2nd annual digital edition. Special thanks to Tammy Perkins of First Class Weddings for including us in Luis & Jesus' special day! All of the video used in our interactive wedding album was produced by our very talented partners at CKCinema.
Started the New Year by photographing the Hyundai Hope on Wheels 5K Run in Kaanapali for the second year in a row. A good cause to help children with cancer.
Congratulations to Ryoji Shiotsuki for completing the Honolulu Marathon in 4 hours! And of course to Renee Zaima who ran the 10K. Great job to the 2 of you!
Thanks to Tammy Ash Perkins of FCW for giving us the opportunity to capture her clients wedding this past Monday at Sugarman's Estate in Makena. Tammy's expertise in coordinating weddings was present in every detail. It was such a beautiful and emotional ceremony on a picture perfect day...truly a "first class" wedding! Can't wait to finish the ipad wedding promo for her!
Bride from March 2011 wedding finally came in to order a traditional wedding album, I showed her our new ipad wedding album creation and she was hooked! She immediately went out and bought an ipad and now she has her photos, slideshow and same day edit video all in her interactive album. How sweet it is! Check it out!
This is one of the individual bio videos for the interactive promotional piece we are producing for BrownChicken BrownCow StringBand.
Was honored last weekend to attend the Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus High School graduation ceremonies on Oahu. Unlike most graduations where students don the traditional cap and gown, the Kamehameha students wore long white dresses (girls) and white shirt and pants (boys) donned with the traditional kihei "cape". And of course, the highlight of every graduation seeing how many leis you receive!