It’s been awhile since my last post. Step back daily bloggers… my passion for photography has combined with providing people with incredible experiences, captured by my lens. Let me share with you some of the photo-tourism and destination wedding-photo-shoots that have kept me busy this year.
This year started off full of fun photo shoots with international clients from China, Singapore and Taiwan. I might need to brush up on some language skills!
I’ve begun collaborating with an amazing, boutique, vintage Hawaii, wedding venue here in the country. (That’s code for not crowded Waikiki.) The Wedding Cottage Hawaii. The idea was to offer brides and couples getting engaged with more than an ordinary photo shoot. Coming soon we are going to offer a variety of different outdoor activities that I can document for clients in an editorial – life style type of shoot. Some of the activities include beach cruising on the North Shore, Sunset Beach skate path, paddle boarding down a river, kayaking to small islands, horse back riding and cattle wrangling at Gunstock Ranch. If you’re not a surfer or a skater but want some fun outdoor experience photographed… we’ve got options. If you do want that skate or surf experience, talk to the Event Directors at The Wedding Cottage and they can customize this, along with their lodging options. We can document highlights of your vacation and you’ll go home with images and memories that you’ll never forget. Who wants to be next?
What an amazing day. Emily and Jason were married on the beach at Keana Point. It was so beautiful, long stretches of white sandy beaches. After the ceremony we headed to Dillingham Ranch were Emily keeps her horse. They also had the reception at a house on the hillside of the Ranch where there was a stunning view of the whole North Shore. To finish the night off they brought out some sparklers, and we were able to get some great shots using long exposure photography. Congratulations Emily and Jason.
Had a super fun trash the dress session with Mimi and Steve. We started by jumping off Waimea rock, and then headed over to Sunset beach for some underwater shots. It was one of those perfect Hawaii days, empty beaches and beautiful blue skies.
Kristen and Allen had an amazing destination wedding at the Turtle Bay resort pavilion located on the north shore of O`ahu Hawai`i. The evening was perfect. We were able to get some fantastic wedding pictures on the beach as well as the reef. I also loved the arch that was made by North Shore Weddings and Flowers. The stunning colors of the flowers were on the arch as well as the table centerpieces. The wedding was peaceful and beautiful, congratulations Kristen and Allen!