The Connection

Getting married on Maui isn’t quite the same as most other places. If you’re going to get married in your hometown you’re probably looking for photographers that are already nearby. Before you make your pick, you’ll be able to have in-person meetings. You can go for coffee or cocktails. You may even do an engagement session together.

In Hawaii, with an ocean between us, things don’t usually work like that. But it is important that we have a connection. If you like what you see here and think we could be a match the next step is a video call.

There’s no question about it, the best photos happen when we have a genuine connection.

Expertise is Important

Depending on the size of the wedding you’re envisioning it may be tempting to go the DIY route. Take it from me — someone who got married on Maui, to my bride who is a wedding planner on Maui — regardless of the scale, hire a professional to help design your day.

I’ve been doing this since 2011 so I can give you a ton of guidance. I’ll always be here to answer your questions. Trust me though, hire a planner! You can thank me later.

The Easy Part

By the time your special day is here any stress you had along the way should be gone. It’s time to relax and enjoy the best day of your life. You’ll want to focus on being present and absorbing it as much as possible, because I guarantee it is going to fly by!

 So my job is to document all those beautiful moments that make your wedding day uniquely yours. Quiet tears, belly laughs, high fives and bear hugs, whatever those moments are.

Your job is easy: just be you. Are you ‘the funny one’? Great, let’s capture that. Are you a helpless romantic? I love it!