hawaii documentary family photographer
mama to eddy sue and claire marie – wife to anthony – keeper of memories – midwest roots – maui home
My family has always told me that I have the memory of an elephant; I never forget anything.
And mostly, that’s true. I have an astonishingly good memory – but it’s mostly memory for the big things.
Birthdays. Christmas parties. The wild night my husband fell through a window and had to get 10 stitches in his back. That time I unknowingly went snorkeling with a tiger shark.
The big things are easy to remember, but it’s the little things we forget.
When my husband and I started our family back in 2017, my biggest fear is the things I would forget over time.
The way Eddy would rub the side of her face with her hand while she nursed.
How bath time turned into Naked Baby time and she would parade around the living room in her birthday suit without a care in the world.
How she would always ask for one more song before bed.
The little things we tend to forget.
Let me help you remember.
BEING A MEMORY KEEPER
Growing up, I always imagined my home being a sanctuary for friends and family. A safe place for people to gather and just simply exist.
Life is about the people you share it with – and my people are some of the best people there are.
Photo and video are two of the most powerful tools to help you remember (which is why I created a package that is just that).
Here is a video created by Ohana Films of my 34th birthday that means the absolute world to me.
WHAT BRINGS ME JOY
LAZY WEEKDAY EVENINGS
SHARING MY HOME
watching my daughters experience maui
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