Fall Mini Sessions

It’s that time of the year again, when Christmas trees start popping before you ever started thinking about your Thanksgiving Dinner meal plans. I love this time of the year, especially as the weather here in Hawaiʻi starts to shift from hot and humid to cool and breezy. But it is also the time for Fall Mini Portrait Sessions. Whether it’s for updating your annual family photos or for sending out your Christmas cards it’s that time to start thinking about family photo sessions.

I’m am continuing to take a limited number of full Family Portrait Sessions, but I have set aside a few days for mini-sessions at a few of my most popular locations. These sessions usually book out quickly, so I recommend scheduling your family session so that we can have your Christmas cards ready in time to get them out after Thanksgiving.

Session dates are listed below. Click on the link for more information on sessions, available times, and details on how to book your session.

Keep Child Portrait on a Railroad in Ewa

Ko Olina, Honouliuli


One of our last photo sessions from our recent Christmas promotion - a Mini Children's Photo Session.

Meet Keep, a 16 month old little adventurer. His favorite activities include chasing after balls and anything that is shaped like a ball - bubbles, balloons, rocks. We ended up trekking to the west side of Oʻahu for a fun little photo session along the historic Oʻahu Railway. A perfect opportunity for a stress-free, fun-filled photo session.

Kian Portrait Session

Mililani Ravine Park, Waipiʻo


Keiki Kine Designs

Through the days leading up to Christmas last year, we held a fun promotion in collaboration with other local small-businesses. One promotion was a give-away in partnership with Keiki Kine Designs, a Hawaiʻi based keiki apparel brand that makes fun and functional apparel and accessories for the cute keiki in your life.

One free "Honi Me" raglan t-shirt and a mini photo session.

With or  without the t-shirt, who wouldn't want to honi (kiss) adorable little Kian. This was a fun shoot and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to partner with Naleisha from Keiki Kine Designs. Visit her online store (http://keikikinedesigns.bigcartel.com/) or keep an eye out for her pop-up shops around town on Oʻahu.