• Welcome to my little corner of the photography world! I am a Natural Light, Lifestyle photographer in beautiful Okinawa Japan. I specialize in black & white photography while having a love affair with bold color. It is my hope that my style of story telling will preserve your memories in an artistic way that you will cherish for a lifetime. Life is Sweet- Capture it

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The M Family {while in okinawa}

I had so much fun with this family… at one of my favorite locations. I love love how this session came together. I am honored to meet families before they leave the island but also sad I only get to work with them once… especially when they are this great 🙂

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Difference Between a Full & Mini Session

I often get asked (especially this time of year) what the difference between a mini and full session really is?… Well I felt like a blog post might be the best way to answer that questions. Truthfully not much… But they are different products so it still worth explaining. I can not cram all the photo magic in […]

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Sakura Season

How could I be a photographer in Japan and NOT view the Sakura trees. Okinawa isn’t as spectacular as mainland. Maybe one day I’ll make it to mainland to view them in full bloom in the spring. *Maybe* Okinawa’s blossom season is earlier and just like the states (California where I am from)… I’ve heard […]

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Now Serving Okinawa

We are HERE! I am ready to book session in Okinawa after the long process of “settling”. Here is a peak at my first session on the island. These clients had a great location in mind and I really enjoyed capturing the new landscape! … But what location isn’t perfect here in Oki. A gorgeous […]

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Chicken & Gold

One of my lovely 2019 Brides asked if I thought it was a good idea to do her engagement session at the local Chick-fil-a where she works? Of course I said it was a brilliant idea :). It was so wonderful having the place to ourselves and the gorgeous yummy light coming in through the […]

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