Alex :: Class of 2012 :: Okinawa Senior Portrait Photographer

I am so behind on all of my blog posts.  Ya know, life happens and for me it always happens all at once!  I am getting myself in gear to update my blog and website.  Hopefully, I can get it all done before we move back to the States!  🙂

Here are a few photos from Alex’s Senior photo shoot.  Isn’t he a handsome young man?  He’s headed off to college in the Fall, and I know there are great things waiting for him.  We took these photos at a local bull-fighting ring and castle ruins park, right next to where I live!  Pretty amazing, right?


Project 365+1 :: Day 52 :: “Walking Back”

Sigh.  I love artistic looking shots, and this one is one of my favorites!  It’s one of the many shots I got from senior, Shawn, at the Sunabe Seawall.  It was so much fun, and I still need to blog about it.  I definitely need to catch up on my blogging.

Project 365+1 :: Day 40 :: “Surfer Dude”

This Sunday I got to photograph a senior at the Sunabe Seawall here in Okinawa.  That post will come this weekend, so stay tuned!  I grabbed this picture because my friend pointed it out to me!  I was busy taking photos of her son, and she hollered at me to look and get it!  🙂 Yay for my Photog Friends 🙂

I ❤ beach life.  I spent 3 years at UC Santa Barbara, and those moments that I was able to enjoy it were amazing.  I love taking in the sea life – humans and animals and environment alike.  I think it’s from the way my parents raised me and my sister  – always by the beach.  It’s not surprising that my sister attends a college close to the beach.  I’m way off track from this photo, but taking pictures by the ocean definitely rejuvenated me.

Earlier last week I was feeling pretty unhappy.  Yesterday, I realized that I just needed to spend more time outside getting some fresh air!  Thank God for the beautiful things for us to enjoy  🙂  Now if only this weather would cooperate, and stop raining on us!

Senior Portrait – Miss Tiffani

I’ve decided.  I really enjoy taking pictures of Seniors.  Not people over 55, but young people at 17-18 years of age.  They are just so lively; I can see it in their eyes or smile.  Miss Tiffani just radiates when she smiles, and I am so glad that I got to meet her!  Go Class of 2012!