Over a decade ago, I moved from Honolulu to Boston to get my master's degree in writing and found that it was photography that helped to tell the stories that I wanted to show the world.
Fast forward a few years, and I began to turn my camera toward the people around me.
I found that, through my lens, I could show people the beauty that I saw within them and tell the story of a particular moment in their lives. I now work as a visual storyteller, helping families and brands to tell their stories through photography.
While New England is now the place I call home, I carry the spirit of aloha with me wherever I go. The Hawaiian music station from Pandora is often playing my home, which I share with my husband, James, and our two dogs, Kona the corgi (total diva) and Louie the wonder rescue (who is very camera shy).