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If you are a regular reader of this blog (all three of you!) you might recognize Julie and Andy from when I photographed them before here, they are also prominently displayed through out my editorial website. On top of being a muse of sorts for me, these two are great friends who we miss dearly here in Hawaii. They flew over to the Big Island for work recently and introduced us to their newest muse, Señor Wylie. Isn't he just adorable? I want to snuggle him up to pieces. Congratulations to our buddies on making such a handsome and sweet bebe.
We photographed Josh and Melissa and their two lovely daughters at my special beach on the Big Island's Kona Coast, He'eia Bay. The entire family are amazing surfers and I look forward to saying I knew these two young athletes when... In addition to being super surfers, they are the sweetest family, always out on adventures and exploring.
This fun group got together for a full family vacation on the Kona Coast of the Big Island this past summer. The entire family had a great sense of humor which made things run really smoothly here at Old Airport Beach Park.... and look at all these gorgeous kids. I mean, come on! I love the idea of all the cousins getting to vacation together. What amazing memories they will have from this time. Aloha Friday, everybody.
Kelly, Grace, and Katherine were vacationing at their favorite spot, the Four Seasons Resort at Hualalai, for spring break from Southern California. I had a great time getting to know this lovely family on their Hawaiian vacation. Isn't Katherine the sweetest? Aloha!
I was lucky enough to photograph this cute family on their Hawaiian vacation at the Four Seasons Resort Hulalai at Historic Ka'upulehu on the Big Island of Hawai'i.
These three are super special, super talented, super friends. We did some photos of them for for an upcoming creative project. Pretty much the most un-Hawaiian looking photos ever. Long pants? Graffiti? Are we really in Kona?