Tag Archives: Puako

The Davis Family’s Big Island Adventure

This was a wonderful, quintessential Hawaii family session! A mother’s love, a father’s joy, and a little one’s amazing moments of zest, with a backdrop of black rock, white coral, and a sky of yellow, blue and salmon blending into each other and fading into the sea. Simple perfection; I love it.The Davis ohana, hailing…

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The Finchler Family

Beautiful, soft light for this session on the beaches of the Mauna Lani, on the Big Island. It was one of those times where I just looked up, at the trees and the sky beyond, and thanked the universe that I was there. Looking up is great in general, actually. So we’ll start this blog post…

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A Morning with the Ayed Ohana

The briefest of looks at a fun family session with the Ayed family! While most of my sessions take place around sunset, mornings here are just as beautiful, and often times more convenient for people — especially when their three month old bundle of sunshine’s “witching hour” is precisely at Hawaii-timezone sunset. The Ayed family and…

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A haiku and the Geweke Family

Time spent together Importance underrated Family summers Ah, yeah… I’m not the best at writing Haikus. Maybe I should stick with being a family photographer instead! The lengths parents will go to so their kids smile for the camera… 😀 Okay, one more — can’t resist. A perfect sunsetFirst rainbows are lit ablazeThen cooled with night’s gaze – Jim 🙂

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A cloudy Big Island day with the Ito Family

Being a family photographer always seems to offer me lessons in life; wisdom hidden in everything around me. This session with the Ito family, hailing from Alberta, Canada, had such a lesson. I arrived at the Fairmont Orchid greeted by grey clouds and relatively dark skies. There would be no real sunset that day, just…

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