We are fortunate to work with great clients. This is a super cool company selling really great gear. It is great vintage gear. Check them out in Waikiki and Maui.
We had the distinct pleasure of working with Island Fusion Catering and photograph their work at an actual wedding. They brought me in just to capture what they do. My compliments to the chefs/owners and their crew. They do an amazing job and cook the food on site at the events. The photos are of the actual food that was served with very minimal styling. That means I did not put “food makeup” on the dishes. (Some photographers resort to using things like oil, powder, and other things to enhance the look of the food in the photograph.)
We’re excited to also be working on a promotional video for them too. It is coming soon, but will highlight what makes them special: incredible menus, local ingredients, bought fresh, prepared on site, and great service. Stay tuned for that. To check them out, visit www.IslandFusionCatering.com
BTW, those are hot, fresh Malasadas prepared on site for a wedding!
I’m getting hungry thinking about it again.
Lots of love to you!
We are blessed to work with great couples from all over the world. This was filmed at the Paradise Cove Crystal Chapel and the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Another awesome couple at a really cool venue. We filmed Cathy and Eric’s wedding at the Pacific Aviation Museum.
This is a wedding we had the privelege to film on Maui at the Aston Mahana and Olowalu Plantation House. It was a lot of fun. We are super grateful to have the best clients in the world.
We recently worked with Keoni of kpixhi.com. He is a great photographer and a lot of fun to work with. Check out this composite he made of the day.
You can check out his blog post on the day here: http://kpixhi.tumblr.com/post/16177688223/i-also-got-to-work-together-with-jeff-a-very
We are blessed to work with such great people. Thank you to everyone that helped make this possible.
Charis and Marion had a wonderful wedding yesterday. Happy New Year!
This is an engagement film with a same day edit.
Super cool couple. We had a lot of fun filming this. And decided to play with time a little based on the unique date. We hope Ian and Michelle like it. BTW, Michelle is an incredibly talented artist and hand crafted all of the favors, centerpieces, and the most mind-blowing 1001 cranes I have ever seen.
Filmed at Hale Koa on 11-11-11.
Crazy day and super dedicated family and friends.
Praise goes to the DJ’s for sticking with it and getting set up in time even though they were stuck in APEC traffic for 4 hours!
We did not see Obama when we were there, but apparently he was there when we were. We did see about 200 bullet proof wearing Secret Service/Soldiers/Security out in the parking lot when we left.
We were lucky and it only took us 15 min. to get in through Waikiki and security. I guess I have one of those faces.