September 2012

We had an interesting opportunity to photograph the new breakfast menu of the Snack Bar at the Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort and Spa.  Their new offerings were so tasty and delicious.  I know because Mel and I got to eat the food after.  ;...

The Pug Meetup at the Beachfront Estate Mel and I were looking forward to this meetup all year!  This meetup is the largest gathering of pugs that we have seen all year.  We are very fortunate to have such an active organization of pug lovers who...

Mel and I decided that we would try somewhere new to eat.  We were actually set on going to Raging Crab but the line is always so long!  So we settled with going to an all you can eat yakiniku a couple of doors away...

I feel so lucky everyday that I live in Hawaii.  There is no better place to be for a photographer.  My favorite backdrops are sunsets.  It is the time when earth gives you a giant natural soft box.  The magical effect of your subjects beings...

The Byodo-In Temple, located in Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, is one of our favorite locations to go to whenever we have new equipment that we want to test, or just to find somewhere serene.  The Byodo-In Temple is actually a scaled replica of...

Hi everyone, this is Melissa, the main writer's other half, guest blogging today. Recently I have started watching my calorie intake because I've put on a few pounds since the wedding.  My friends have called it "happy weight," but I call it, "I-have-to-jump-up-and-down-to-put-my-skinny-jeans-on weight."  I...

Holidays are usually a great opportunity for family excursions. Today’s location was the Honolulu Zoo. It was my niece’s first time here and she had blast. It’s amazing to me how much energy children have! They are the cutest subjects to photograph because they really...

I want to welcome everyone to our first blog. Four months ago my wife and I decided that we would start a photography business after realizing our true passion for photography and seeing our wedding photographers in action. There is no greater joy than capturing...