In Hawaiian, “Ohana” means family. For me this means getting together to eat good food and “talk story,” the Hawaiian term for sharing experiences.
When creating a portrait, I learn about my clients’ lives. I listen to them “talk story,” stories of how couples met and fell in love, stories of the first baby’s coo’s and tiny laughs, stories revealing a family’s personality and stories about a goofy pet and why they are so special.
After listening, I translate my client’s stories into meaningful keepsakes for them to cherish and where they can share this story for generations to come.
That’s my story. Let me help tell yours.