Beautiful post bridal portrait with Marii and Seiya in colorful falls in Tokyo, Japan. Marii is my childhood friend. We grew up together, went to the same college, and became mam only three weeks apart. I was so happy to have a chance to photograph their post wedding shoot. They have been happily married almost two years, but they had not had their wedding photos because all the digital files from the wedding were accidentally lost. Since I was visiting Japan, she asked me to photograph themView full post »
Asuka + Josh | Oahu Wedding Photographer | Marriott Hotel & Laie Point
In one of the classes in college, Josh had crashed on Asuka and was used to sit at the right back of her to get noticed. Regardless of his effort, she did not recognize it until he asked her phone number to go on a date. At that time, he was so nerves and left without even letting her know his name. It took only a few weeks for them to realize that they are the ones for each other, and the rest is the history.
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Halekulani Hotel, Oahu | Wedding Photography | Wako + James
It was an honor to witness a beautiful Japanese couple Wako and James and be able to capture their significant moments of their life. We had a fun engagement session last year at Kapiolani Beach Park, and after a while they received the biggest news that she was not only a pregnant but they were having twin baby boy. Although she had to adjust her wedding dress for few times to fit in, it was exciting news for them andView full post »
2015 Reviews | Favorite Photos | Oahu Photographer
The year of 2015 passed by quickly and my heart is full of gratitude and excitement for a new journey in 2016. Today, I am going to share the three most important things that I am grateful for in 2015 with my favorites images from each session this year!
My family and clients who support my dream: First of all, I cannot thank enough each of my clients who trusted and hired me to photograph precious moments of their life. My mom bought a cameraView full post »
Wedding photo | Intimate Destination | Laie LDS Temple, Hawaii | Red Chrismas Theme
On December 23 in 2015, Whitney and Mason promised an everlasting love. The couple went through a long-distance love, and they reunited again at the airport the date before the wedding. During the family session with bride’s family in a previous day (Check their family photo HERE), it was obvious how much they are in love and looking forward to this moments to be finally together. An intimate wedding isView full post »
Destination Wedding in Hawaii | Hale Koa House, Laie, Northshore, Oahu
The groom, Joe and the bride, Dayla knew each others for a long time in Church. Dayla was the dream girl to him. After Joe’s many attempts and efforts, he finally got her heart, and they married on 11.11.2015 in the beautiful island of Hawaii. Hawaii is a special place for them, and they especially love the nature in Northshore side of Hawaii.
They are loved by many people. In fact, they both have a big group ofView full post »
Intimate Wedding in Waimanalo Beach and Moana Surfrider in Oahu, Hawaii
It was a pleasure to work with Victoria and Brandon again:) I took their engagement photos (check their engagement photos here), and I am so blessed to have an opportunity capture their wedding. They are young love birds seriously in love. Thier relationship is strong and beautiful to witness. The weather turned out perfectly as you can see the breathtaking diamond head mountain view with blue sky and the ocean from theView full post »
Destination Wedding Photography at LDS Temple in Laie, Hawaii
It was great to photograph this beautiful destinationwedding at the LDS Temple, Laie, Hawaii. The couple is from Utah, and it was their dream to marry in Northshore, Hawaii because they love the warm weather and magnificent nature. The bride was planning to serve on a mission for 18 months for the church of Jesus Christ of latter-day saints, but after thinking and praying for it, she decided to stay and marry the groom instead. BothView full post »
Post-wedding photos |Laie Hawaii Temple
30 minutes before the post bridal session, gray clouds started to cover the sky. Even though we cannot ever count on the forecast in Hawaii, when I checked it said 100% rain for next two hours. I contacted the bride immediately, but she already finished makeup and hair done, and her friend made a fresh flower crown just for the date. So there was no going back, luckily we made it without encountering in rain thanks to everyone’s prayer. ThisView full post »
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