Here’s another video of Kim and Kalei’s adorable nephews. To view the other video go to: http://origmedia.com/2011/09/26/party-rock-nephews/
This is a fun little music video we made for Kim and Kalei’s nephews at their wedding. To view the other video go to: http://origmedia.com/2011/09/27/sweet-peas/
This was some photography that we have done:
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Bridges in Chicagoland
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This is a quick little timelapse we did of Tamara Rigney of Tamara Rigney Designs. She set up the lovely flowers for Michelle and Scott for their Lanikuhonua Wedding – Ko Olina, Oahu, HI. You can learn more about Tamara and her awesome services at tamararigney.com
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Watch this commercial we did for the upcoming performance for Upside-Down Dance. I think it is pretty cool. You may have to watch it a few times in order to see all the different dances. And this is one you’ll have to put into full screen in order to really appreciate it.
Get tickets for the show now. They usually sell out. Info at http://upsidedowndance.com/
In July, Bridesclub.com, Power104.3, and Pacific Diamond and Swiss Watch Exchange had an annual essay writing contest for prospective couples to write about their engagement. Pacific Diamond and Swiss Watch Exchange gave a $5,000 diamond engagement ring to the winners, Keoni and Lindsey.
Congratulations to the lovely couple! And big thanks go out to Bridesclub.com, Power 104.3, Pacific Diamond and Swiss Watch Exchange for making dreams come true!
In case you missed the full video, here is the behind the scenes version:
Here is the 30 second commercial we did for Pacific Diamond and Swiss Watch Exchange here in Honolulu. They are an awesome bunch. They are super nice, friendly, and family-oriented. It’s cool, they have everything onsite: gemologist, watch repair, set the diamonds on site. If you bring in your loose diamond you can watch them set the diamond through the window into the shop. They even have Hawaii’s only diamond cutter. When you see the shot of the gentlemen moving the machine arm back and forth and the wheel spinning, he is cutting a ruby.
We went all out for the shoot. We even brought our crane. We like how it turned out.
We’ve been asked to do a wedding at St. Theresa’s Church here in Honolulu. The couple wanted to make sure that the church would film well and so did we. We have never been there before and wanted to know if our cameras could handle the lighting. I was confident they would, but I don’t want to make promises that I can’t keep. So we arranged with the awesome staff at St. Theresa to shoot a quick test.
I did not want to keep the staff waiting too long, plus I wanted to simulate the fast pace setups of an actual wedding. It was very quick and dirty, but we are happy with the way the cameras handled.
This is a military homecoming video we did for our friends. It is a touching moment to come back home. We appreciate and thank all the men, women, and families that serve to protect our country. It is our honor to help them in any way we can.
We shot this beautiful sunset at Ala Moana Beach Park last Saturday. Need we say more?